One of the top running backs in the country has been busy fitting in as many visits as possible. Much was made of Little Rock Academy's Michael Dyer and his trip to Auburn.
But, he was also able to visit Georgia Tech the same week. How was the trip to Atlanta?
"It went pretty good. I enjoyed the campus and the coaches. They have a good campus."
Dyer said he was able to attend the first spring practice for Georgia Tech. How was that?
"I got to talk with the head coach (Paul Johnson) and the running backs coach (Jeff Monken). I enjoyed them. We had good conversation. Practice was pretty good. They work hard there. The coaches got after them pretty good, it was the first day."
He received a scholarship offer in the mail when he returned home from his visits last week to GT and Auburn. The offer list continues to increase for him.
When asked about favorites, Michael said he had none but there still was a hint that he actually might.
"No I don't, but I really enjoyed Auburn."
Dyer plans on traveling to Tennessee next weekend and will try to get back to Auburn some time this spring. He has a great respect for the Tigers' new offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn.
When choosing a school, location won't be a factor for Michael so what will the factors be?
"The coaches, players, how they run their systems, and how the school operates are what's important."