Offensive line prospect Briason Mays will make the trip from his western Tennessee home to Bowling Green on Saturday to participate in Western Kentucky's Junior Day activities.
The 6-foot-4, 270-pound tackle from Bolivar, Tenn., continues to see interest from college coaches rise and he's looking forward to the weekend experience to learn more about what WKU has to offer.
"I appreciate their interest in me and I definitely am interested in them," he told WKU Insider. "They have a very good school academically and athletically. I like their school and will enjoy this Saturday's Junior day very much."
While on The Hill, Mays will spend time touring the campus, program facilities and visit with members of the coaching staff.
"I just want to get a feel for their culture and their academic side of things," he said. "And how the coaches interact and if it fits me or not."
While he hasn't received a scholarship offer from WKU just yet, Mays does hold Marshall, Southern Miss and Tennessee-Martin offers. He's visited Mississippi and Southern Miss and has additional trips to Middle Tennessee and Wake Forest on his upcoming schedule.
"It's been very enjoyable and exciting," he said of the recruiting process. "I can't let it get to my head though. I've still got another year in high school."