But with Don Bosco on a bye last weekend, the top defensive end prospect in the state spent the day at Rutgers on an unofficial visit. Muhammed said it will likely be his only visit until his season ends in December.
"I basically went to go watch the game and see the place again," Muhammad said. "It was great. Rutgers is a place I'm seriously considering, but I don't have a leader. Everyone is still even."
Muhammad is close with defensive line coach Jim Panagos, but said he most enjoyed spending time with former assistant coach Anthony Campanile and teammates Gary Nova, Darius Hamilton and Leonte Carroo. He spend post-game in the locker room celebrating the team's win over Connecticut to reach 5-0.
"It was awesome," Muhammad said. "I missed those guys because I haven't seen them in almost a year. They're my brothers and we won a championship together."
"Honestly, I'm really not talking much with anybody right now," Muhammad said. "I'm talking to Don Bosco because we're trying to win a championship. Most of that stuff I'm going to worry about in December."
Recent buzz surrounding Notre Dame, Muhammad said, is "nonsense from Twitter."
"I like Notre Dame a lot but they're not my leader or anything," Muhammad said. "I don't have a leader."
Like former teammate Elijah Shumate, Muhammad will come to a decision and announce his choice at the U.S. Army All-American game.
"I'm still going to announce at the all-star game," Muhammad said. "I'm excited for it."