"Oh man it was awesome. The atmosphere, it was one of the loudest places I've been. It was serious over there," Toryan Smith said.
Smith spent some time with the Bama coaches
"I talked to all of the coaches. They just talked about how they're losing Roach and Ryans and they need people to come in and make plays next year. That was pretty much about it."
What did he think about the atmosphere on the Capstone?
"That was my first game over there. The campus is pretty low key. It's not as big as others but it felt real homey. The facilities are a nice little set up. Their football building looks pretty good with how you can look down into the weight room and all from the meeting rooms."
What was his favorite part of the trip?
"The best part was probably just being there with the fans and watching the actual games. The tours and all that get old, I just wanted to see the games."
Toryan will continue his nationwide tour next week when he travels north to Knoxville, TN for the big showdown between the Vols and the Dawgs.
"I'll be at Tennessee for the Georgia game next weekend. Tennessee is picking it up on me and I'm going to be checking them out and Georgia as well. I want to compare it to my trip to my to my Alabama and my last trip to Tennessee when they played Vanderbilt."
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