Jamichael Winston talks SEC camp
"I recently attended camps at Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi State and South Alabama," said Jamichael Winston. "I felt like I did good at all of them. I liked Alabama's camp the best. I spent four days there."
Winston talked more about the camp in Tuscaloosa.
"The camp was real intense," he said. "They get after it up there. I worked out at outside linebacker and defensive end. We did a lot of man coverage. I was staying with the running backs and slot receivers pretty good.
"The coaches were telling me good job. They said I got better everyday. I am a defensive end, but they like me at linebacker. They said they are going to watch me closely this fall.
"The thing that stood out to me the most about the camp was they trained us like we were their own athletes. They didn't slack on you. That's what I really liked."
Winston mentioned Michigan State, Louisville, Kentucky, Mississippi State, South Florida and South Alabama as schools recruiting him the hardest.
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