"I got back from Miami today," Dutch said. "It was fun. I enjoyed myself. It's so much different than Virginia because it's a big city and there's so much more to do."
The talented receiver, a full academic qualifier, talked about what he liked most about his trip and the UM program.
"I really liked them going in and I got a chance to hang out with some of the guys and meet with Coach Coker," he said. "He was just telling me what it's like there and how I could fit in. Just the whole visit went really well."
Dutch spent most of the weekend with Jon Beason and Willie Cooper. He also had a chance to meet some other recruits.
"I heard Dawayne said I committed," he said laughing. "Naw man, I didn't commit. Me and him had a good time. He likes Miami a lot too."
Dutch, 6-0 and 186 pounds, said he wants to finish up his recruiting trips before making a final decision.
"Miami's definitely one of my top schools but I still have other places I'm looking at," he said. "I go to Michigan on Friday. Then Maryland for an unofficial visit, then on January 9th I go to Florida. I'll finish up on January 23rd at Pittsburgh."
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