As December quickly approaches, prospects are busy completing their football season and starting to put some focus on scheduling official visits. For Governor Livingston standout, Matt Boyer, he might be a little ahead in the process. During the football season, he completed two visits and has one visit schedule with another being confirmed.
Boyer has completed visits to Connecticut and Wake Forest along with another visit schedule to Northwestern for December 1st. Although he has three more visits to be taken, he states that Wake Forest is his leader. His list of possible suitors are all among the better academic institutions in the nation which shows that education is valued above football for him. This is the reason why the other schools battling for Boyer's last two visits are Princeton, Rutgers, Harvard, and Virginia. Of these schools, Boyer stated that Harvard is the only school who will definitely obtain a visit. Therefore, he has a difficult decision to make for his last visit.
Virginia is a late suitor who has recently reviewed his film but has yet to offer a scholarship. The school's academic reputation intrigues him enough that he might wait for an offer before making a decision.
Rutgers still remains among the possible schools that he might visit. He likes the success that the school has experienced this season. He was in attendance for the Louisville game and stated that it was "probably the greatest sporting event I've been to". He also watched the Rutgers' loss to Cincinnati to which he stated "Rutgers is still a great place and they have accomplished a lot. It's very difficult to go undefeated and you can't judge your interest in a school just because they lose a game". Even so, Boyer is still not sure if he will take an official visit to Rutgers. But it still remains a possibility that he will visit his State university.
Boyer has no timetable for a decision. Therefore, his suitors will need to be patient for a decision.