Justin Wyatt, senior receiver at Collins Hill (GA), will visit Ohio University this weekend.
"Coach [Tim] Albin came to visit me this past week," Wyatt said. "We worked out the details for my official visit."
Wyatt committed to Ohio in October while putting up impressive numbers on offense at Collins Hill.
"I'm finally making my official visit this weekend," Wyatt said. "I want to talk about the coming year and my role there.
"They say I can bring a lot to the table," Wyatt continued. "I know it's not high school anymore. I have to step up."
Wyatt hopes to get to know his new coaches, new campus and new teammates while on his trip.
"I'm talking to Receivers Coach [Dwayne Dixon] on Friday, so he'll have more details on how they'll be using me," Wyatt said. "They've told me I'm going to be playing slot receiver now. I'm used to playing it, so it'll be a good transition. I'll just be playing against linebackers that are a lot faster now, so I'll have to work on my speed."
Wyatt also plans to focus on the years after college this weekend.
"I want to know more about the school," he explained. "I'm moving to a new state for the next four years. I want to see the area and the different people that live there.
"I want to study psychology and work into sports psychology," Wyatt continued. "Ultimately, I want to go back and worth with football or basketball players...young athletes like myself."
Wyatt will leave for Ohio after a test at Collins Hill on Friday. He also plans to attend Ohio's spring game in 2013.