Cameron Toney talks Alabama camp

Cameron Toney, from Huntsville, Ala., attended the Tide's camp and spent the day working with Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart. Andrew Bone talked with the linebacker prospect about his time on campus.



"I went for today's afternoon," said Cameron Toney. "It was great. It was what I was expecting and hoping for. I worked out with coach Smart. He had me working with the inside linebacker and 'Mike'.

"I think I did well. It's basically the same thing we do, but faster. Everything was very fas-paced. It was always about how fast you can do something.

"It was hot, but it was a successful day. I really like the speed of everything. Like I said, it's basically how we do things. I enjoy going through all the motions. I loved the coaching part."

Toney talked more with Kirby Smart after the camp along with head coach Nick Saban.

"I talked to coach Smart," he said. "We ate and talked. He said I did real good. He said he liked me. I talked to coach Saban. He brought me to his office. He told me I did good at practice. He is interested in me. He looks forward to seeing me again."

The 6-foot-3, 210-pound prospect rode to Tuscaloosa with Alabama commitment Reggie Ragland. He saw a lot of great talent on the field.

"Reggie and I rode down together," said Toney. "I met Ryan Anderson there. I spoke with a lot of other guys. There were some big-time players there. They had some great running backs and safeties. Eddie [Williams] from Florida is really good. He is big and fast."

Toney will attend a 7-on-7 tournament at Auburn on Thursday and hopes to attend a camp at Tennessee later this summer.

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