In 2012, Hyatt went up against Robert Nkemdiche, the No. 1 prospect in the country and Hyatt not only held his own, but he won that battle with a prospect two years older than him.
Since then, he has picked up offers from schools coast to coast and the top junior is starting to put together his list of favorites.
Hyatt has a family connection to Clemson and the state of Ohio.
His uncle, Dan Benish played defensive tackle for the Clemson Tigers and his mother is from Ohio.
"Every time I go to Clemson, it feels like family, and it feels like I belong there. I love the environment, the community, the coaches, and it feels great to be there."
Hyatt spent Saturday night at Clemson where he saw the Tigers beat Georgia 38-35 in a great environment.
His last visit to Ohio State was over the summer when things were a little quieter, but he liked what he saw there too."
"At Ohio State, I like the overall school, the coaches, and it is a really nice place. My mom is from Ohio and I still have some cousins there, so I have some connection up there. The Ohio State has a top program and the school is very good too."
A couple of SEC schools are right there trying to make Hyatt's top five. The 6-foot-5, 271 pound junior out of Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnett visited both schools quietly over the summer.
"The Auburn coaches were great when I went over there and I like that they won a national title a few years ago with Cameron Newton.
"At Georgia, I have been there a couple of times and I have a good connection with Coach [Will] Friend (Offensive Line).
"I will probably get to games at Auburn and Georgia this season."
So two of the No. 4 junior in the country's top five are set with two other schools being in good shape right now.
He will take as many unofficial visits to games this fall as he can looking to see where he may fit in the best. By this time next year, the five-star could be committed.
"I think I will commit in the summer before the season starts next year, but that is not for certain," Hyatt said. "I haven't really decided yet, but that is something I have thought about. I would like to be committed before my senior year if I can be."
When asked what he is looking for in a school, Hyatt said, "It will be about the academics and how I feel at that school. I want to be comfortable, so that and the education will be keys for me."
North Gwinnett is 2-0 and they are off this week, but they will play 2012 state champion Norcross on September 13.