"I went up there on Sunday," said Tyler Hayes. "I went up there and came back today. I worked out at the camp on Monday and this morning.
"Overall I had a good time. I had a good time meeting recruits and hanging out with future teammates. I met Ryan Anderson. He is a cool dude. We get along real well."
Hayes worked with defensive coordinator Kirby Smart at a couple of positions.
"The camp was nice," he said. "I had a good time up there. They had me working linebacker, and at the end I was playing safety. I was worked both inside linebacker positions. I was working with Coach Smart.
Hayes also spoke with Alabama head coach Nick Saban.
"I talked to coach Saban today before I left," Hayes said. "He said I did good at the camp. He hasn't talked to me in a while because I have been playing baseball. We were just catching up."
Hayes suffered an injury this spring and still not 100-percent.
"I had a high ankle sprain during our last week of spring practice," he said. "It feels good right now, but if I run on it for a long period of time it starts to ache. I had a high ankle sprain during the season, and it never really healed. Then I tweaked it again. I should be fine by the start of the season."