Joyer didn't leave camp with an offer but feels he did well. "They told me I did well and they would be in touch." Joyer enjoyed the experience and given his offers so where would Georgia Tech stand? "They would definitely be very high on my list and I could see myself playing there." Joyer is familiar with some of the Tech players who played for his high school rival Tampa Jesuit.
When choosing a school, Joyer puts academics at the top. "I hope to be able to use my education to get a good job and make connections when I'm done with football." Joyer currently has a 3.3 GPA. He hopes to make that decision before his senior year.
Joyer will keep busy this summer attending camps and visiting schools. "I'm going to camps at Miami (FL) and will try to fit in visits to Stanford and Texas A&M."