Official visits allow a student athlete the opportunity to spend two days on a college campsus, it gives the athlete a chance to get to know the coaches on a more one on one basis, it also allows the visitor a chance to see the entire campus.
For one Arkansas athlete, the trip to Jonesboro wasn't new to him at all.
It appears it didn't take much for Heath to fall in love with the school.
"I committed to play at Arkansas State University because I love the school, Jonesboro," Heath said. "It doesn't matter who the coach is, I have always wanted to be a Red Wolf."
This past weekend was the first opportunity for Heath to meet ASU's new Head Football Coach Gus Malzahn.
"He is a great coach," Heath said. "I like the way he handles things. There is no doubt that he is going to take this program to a new level."
How does Heath feel about his commitment to Arkansas State?
"I couldn't be happier with my decision," Heath said. "There is no doubt that I'm going to be a Red Wolf."