For Bloomfield, he's man of honor and a man of his word. It's no wonder why Weis and offensive line coach Tim Grunhard are giddy over the prospect of Bloomfield joining the Jayhawks next season.
"You know you made the right choice, there's was never any second guessing," Bloomfield said. "I'm a guy of my word."
The Louisville, KY (Ballard H.S.) native knew from the beginning that Kansas would be the place for him. Lead recruiter and former NFL offensive lineman Tim Grunhard instantly hit it off with Bloomfield and his family. For Joey, it's an opportunity to learn from one of the best to ever do it.
"It's pretty amazing that he sees enough in me," Bloomfield said. "I want to learn from him (Grunhard). I can't wait. It's a hug honor."
Bloomfield is as a good as a kid as you can hope for in a recruit. In addition to earning All-District and All-Metro honors in 2012, as well as All-State honors for a second consecutive season as a senior at Ballard High School, he's a four-year member of the Honor Roll and earned his team's Character Award.
In fact, Bloomfield's character was one of the traits Weis touted at his Signing Day presser in addition to his skill on the football field.
Family matters to Joey Bloomfield and family is exactly why he chose Kansas.
Under Charlie Weis, the Jayhawk football program is undergoing a transformation and metamorphosis of sorts, with family being that catalyst that sells the programs to recruits and their families. Bloomfield is just the latest to share Weis' philosophy.
"He's creating an atmosphere there that feels like home," Bloomfield said. "It felt like home the first time I stepped foot there."
Bloomfield also said that Weis was very honest about how he sees him progressing and growing with the program. As with many other recruits, Weis' candor is key and may be underrated on why Kansas has and can continue to expect successful recruiting classes during his tenure.
"I trust him. He's never going to lie to me. He's very straight forward," Bloomfield said.
The two hit it off instantly and from there, it was decided and there would be nowhere else for Bloomfield.
As for his style, he patterns himself as a nasty lineman with a mean streak on the field. It's the exact kind of lineman Weis covets and will bring to Kansas. Being 6-6 300 pounds as a senior in high school and blessed with quick feet, once can only imagine what Scott Holsopple's strength and conditioning program along with the coaching of Grunhard will do for Bloomfield over the next four years.
He's also humble and believes in the need for versatility along the offensive line. Bloomfield said he would like to pattern himself to Barrett Jones, who was among the most intelligent and versatile linemen in the game, helping lead Alabama to three National Championship in four years.
It's that kid of mentality that sets him apart and is one of the many reasons why fans will instantly become fans of Bloomfield, who will arrive in Lawrence on June 1st.
"It's a home run for me. I'm very blessed to be in this situation," Bloomfield said.
After many dark days at Kansas, Bloomfield is just another prime example of the culture change Weis has brought to Kansas and it's cause for excitement among the Jayhawk faithful.
"You can feel it when you step on campus," Bloomfield said "Something great is going to happen."