"My day was good, I got to meet the coaches again, talk about how I fit into their system. I had to leave early, but the experience I had while I was there was a good experience, being with the players and everything," Lammons said.
"(Coach Golden) told me he hoped I'd have a nice time and that he'd talk to me after the game, but I had to leave so we didn't really get to catch up too much."
Lammons spoke with Running Backs Coach Hurlie Brown for a little bit longer than he spoke with Golden. The 5-foot-9, 175-pound corner was able to get a bit more of a feel for how he would fit in to the Hurricanes defense.
"He was just telling me what kind of formation they run and how the plays are," said Lammons.
"I think that's a good fit for me."
The Plantation standout was also able to catch up with Hurricanes' defensive back, Deon Bush.
"I talked to Deon Bush for a minute, he was just telling me how they run the defense and stuff like that," he said.
Lammons enjoyed watching the first part of the scrimmage before he had to leave. While he still has no favorites, the opportunity to make an immediate impact at Miami interests him.
"The intensity was high, I liked the way they play. They have fun out there on the field," he said.
"I could go up there and play early."
Several other programs including Alabama, Ohio State, Florida, Florida State, and South Carolina are all after Lammons. He hopes to make a decision before his senior season, after he takes several summer visits.