"It was good," Jermaine McKenzie said of his trip to Tuscaloosa. "It was a good experience. I saw the campus, and it is beautiful. The football facilities are beautiful. I toured the academic center, and it's pretty nice. I feel comfortable there now since I visited."
"Overall it was really good. Tuscaloosa is a beautiful town with nice people. I felt very comfortable. It is where I want to spend the next four to five years. I won't be taking any other visits. I will only visit Alabama. I will take my official visit the week of the Auburn game."
The Scout.com four-star receiver was in Tuscaloosa for the entire weekend. He enjoyed working with his future position coach and was impressed with several players at the camp.
"On Saturday coach [Mike] Shula told me to chill out," McKenzie said. "I just watched the camp. I went out there and caught balls Sunday. I thought coach [Charlie] Harbison was a good coach. He told me he has my back 100%. That makes me feel really good especially coming from the wide receivers coach."
"There were a couple of guys that I liked out there. I liked Robert Marve from Tampa-Plant and Joe Weatherford. I thought he was pretty good. There was only one defensive back I had trouble with and that was my cousin Donald Warren. He is a rising junior from St. Petersburg. Everyone else was pretty much a cake walk. Donald is transferring to my school this fall."
Stay tuned to Scout.com as we track Jermaine McKenzie's senior year.