The position A.J. will play on the next level has yet to be determined, but Guyton feels best with the ball in his hands.
"I like to make plays, and it is hard to do that if you don't have the ball in your hands. I just want to make plays."
And making plays was common this season as Guyton passed for over 1, 600 yards and 14 TD's. He rushed for 568 yards and 3 TD's and also caught 7 passes for 118 yards and 1 TD. In the return game, he had over 600 yards and 2 TD's.
A.J. was named All-Dade County and will play in the Max Emfinger All-American bowl in Shreveport on January 4th."
Has Guyton had a chance to take in some official visits?
"I went to Central Florida (12/1) and Rutgers (12/15)."
How did the Rutgers visit go?
"If I had to grade it, I would give it a 10. It was a great visit. I got to see New York city. It was outstanding. The players were outstanding. It felt like home. They have 30 players from Florida and 11 from Dade County. Everybody was telling me that I needed to carry that Dade County tradition and go to Rutgers. I can really see myself playing for Rutgers."
Where will A.J. visit next?
"I have not set them up yet. I think I will wait until January to set them up. I have about 5 colleges coming after me hard, but coach said a lot of schools will start coming after me hard, so wait until after the break before I set up my three remaining visits. Like North Carolina and South Carolina have started calling recently. I think a lot more are about to start calling."
And which five colleges are coming after A.J. hard?
"South Florida, Pittsburgh, Minnesota, Central Florida, and Rutgers. The Carolina schools are still in the mix too."
What happened with Ole Miss?
"I do not know. They just quit calling me a couple weeks back. I was set to take a visit there, but I guess they are going in another direction."