As such, Dyer set out to visit many of the schools who offered him, including LSU, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Ohio State. In the end he chose the Red Raiders and now finally after an exhaustive process he is set to graduate this weekend and then cruise west out to Lubbock to enroll at Tech.
"(The recruiting process was) stressful, but amazing," Dyer said earlier this week. "It was great to get every perspective."
Dyer said he kept busy in the offseason with "lot's and lot's of workouts" aimed at "becoming a better athlete". He was also on hand for Texas Tech's spring scrimmage in Midland and liked what he saw for the most part.
The four-star prospect said he will be rooming with fellow offensive lineman signees Cody Wheeler, Trace Ellison and Terrence Steele.
"I thought it went real well," Dyer said. "We have some real potential this next year, but we also have some spots to fill."