After a dominating summer, Kenny Boynton is now making moves with his recruitment. The five-star guard from Florida is setting up in-home visits and official visits.
Boynton told Rivals.com's Brian McLawhorn that Duke will make the first in-home visit on Sept. 9. The next day, Florida will stop by for an in-home visit.
According to his brother Deondre, Boynton has set up an in-home visit with Georgia Tech on Sept. 11. Boynton also scheduled his first official visit of the fall with the Yellow Jackets on Sept. 26.
"He'll probably set up his official visits with Florida and Duke when they come in for their in-home visits," Deondre said.
Memphis and Texas are also in the picture, the Boynton's confirmed with Rivals.com.
"I'm going to take my official visits and then I'm going to decide. I want to see each school one more time and basically use that time to get to know the coaches better. The big thing for me will be my relationship with the coaches," Kenny Boynton told McLawhorn.
"I want to have a good relationship with the coaches and I want to be at a place that I can play as a freshman. I don't want anything given to me, though. I want to compete and earn my spot on the floor, but I want to know it's a place that the opportunity is there."
Boynton made no secrets that Duke and Florida have made it known that he is atop the list for both programs.
"I do pay attention to who's coming at me the hardest," Boynton said. "Duke and Florida have been the two I think that have been coming at me the hardest. Florida has been recently since the Duke coaches are in China, but Coach K told me he wouldn't be able to be in as much contact with me. I would have to say before that Duke was recruiting me the hardest."