Beckham, a 5-foot-11, 160-pound defensive back, is no stranger to one of the Bearcats coaches.
"I kind of got there late," said Beckham. "But at the end of the game I was able to catch-up with coach (Steve) Clinkscale. I've really got a good connection with him as he was at Illinois when they offered me as a freshman."
One thing Beckham saw during his visit was a defense that shut down the opposition.
"I can see myself in that defense," he said. "It was a great game and they dominated."
While Beckham is getting attention from many near and far, Cincinnati could provide him with the opportunity to stay close to home.
Has he thought much about how far from home he's will to travel?
"I'm not sure yet as to how far away I'll end up going from home," said Beckham. "But it's a good thing Cincinnati is a program close to home."
As for other upcoming visits, Beckham has one planned and is looking to make several more before the season is over.
"I'm looking to visit Indiana next weekend," explained Beckham. "Then I'm going to take a weekend off and plan some visit to places like Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Ohio State and probably Iowa. I'm receiving a lot of mail from each of them inviting me to games."