The three-star junior quarterback out of Neptune Beach (Fla.) Fletcher High School got to take in an SEC atmosphere and spend time with Alabama's coaching staff in the process.
"It went awesome," he said. "I had a really great time and I had some good conversations with Coach (Lane) Kiffin, (Kirby) Smart and (Mario) Cristobal. They just talked about how they liked me, and they wanted to come watch me play. And they also wanted me to make sure I kept In touch with them.
"I went to a game last year but this year, it was just a great atmosphere. The stadium was packed and it was rocking."
"The coaches made me feel like I was at home," he said. "And the school overall is beautiful and I love the school pride. I've been to several other places and 'Bama is right up there at the top in every category.
"An offer from them would be a dream come true. I've always dreamed of playing in the SEC at a big-time program with great coaches and 'Bama fits that description very well. I've got to keep working hard."
While he didn't get the scholarship offer while on campus, he says he'll be in touch with Nick Saban's staff going forward. In between campus tours and talks with the staff, the game captivated his interests.
DeBiase says quarterback Blake Sims' record-breaking performance stood out.
"I loved how hard he played I also really thought that when people were covered or a play broke down, he kept calm and made a play with this legs," he said. "He did a great job overall of trusting his teammates and letting them make plays.
Though unable to sit-down with the Crimson Tide starting quarterback, he delivered his message in short time.
"He was very busy so we didn't talk much, I just told him 'good game and Roll Tide!'" DeBiase said.