Major followed that up by getting to meet folks in his part of his major – business. "The different [recruits] went and saw a professor in that part of the school so I got to talk to the business professor," Major said. "He did accounting."
"After that they let us go with the players an we chilled with them til 7," he continued. "At 7, we went to the stadium and they gave us a jersey with our name on the back and we ran out like we were going to play a game. And then we went to Ryan's and ate and that was good."
"That night we went out at night and Sunday we woke, ate break, talked to the head coach, and took off."
What were Major's thoughts on his trip? "It was great. The people were nice, the campus was cool, everything was right there together." Major was hosted by Riley Swanson.
Now, Major has just one big decision to make – his college selection. "It's either Wake Forest or Furman," Major said. "I'm going to make my decision sometime soon. Both have offered. I'll either decide tonight or tomorrow, probably. There's been other schools, but it's down to Wake and Furman."
How would he compare the two? "They're both pretty much similar," he said. "They both focus on academics which are really good and it's a small campus, they're private schools, so they both cool with me."
Major, a 5'11, 170-pound all-state safety, would play corner or safety at Wake.