Juwaan Williams said he had the chance to tour the facilities used by the football team, including the weight room, meeting rooms, the locker room and offices, and all of it was to his liking.
"It was all beautiful," Williams said. "It was a great sight."
Another great sight Williams saw was the Yellow Jackets' victory over the Tar Heels. While the coaching staff hasn't told him what position they'd like to see him play if he signed with Georgia Tech, Williams feels he would be best and most influential at the quarterback position (he plays multiple positions at Tucker High).
"We run the same offense at my school, so I'd really benefit from that when it comes to making reads and everything," Williams said.
He and recruiting coordinator Joe Speed have established a good relationship during the recruiting process. Williams said he has met Speed twice and that he's always a listener whenever Speed give him advice.
"Obviously, he can't visit right now, but he said he'd like to come visit me as soon as he can," Williams said.
For now, Williams is going to play the waiting game. He said that he's still in shock from the amount of interest he's gotten from schools, and he plans to visit as many schools as he can before he even begins to think about separating the contenders from the pretenders. Georgia Tech has yet to offer the junior.
But even if he doesn't have a list of top schools, Williams does have a list of aspects that the school he chooses must have.
"I want to go somewhere that's semi-close to home where I can get on the field in the second year – I don't have to play in my first year," Williams said. "I also want to go somewhere with a great tradition and I can have a chance to help win a national title."