After visiting Auburn with his family for the LSU game last month Frost said he wanted to get another chance to experience the atmosphere on campus for a football game. After seeing what the Auburn-Georgia rivarly had in store, Frost said he didn't leave disappointed.
"It was amazing like always," Frost told Inside the Auburn Tigers. "The LSU game was really something. I didn't think anything could really top it, but the Georgia game did."
Already very familiar with Auburn and the coaching staff, the talented wide receiver/linebacker said that the more he sees the campus, talks to the coaches and players, and gets to know the city the more he likes everything about it.
"Auburn has helped itself so much," Frost said. "It being so close. That also helps a lot. My other colleges are pretty far away so it makes it much more convenient. That's why I've been there so many times. It's so convenient. They have an advantage because it's easier for me to get down there and check them out."
Still looking around to make sure of what he's feeling at the moment and what he wants to do in January when he announces his decision at the U.S. Army All-American Game, Frost said there's nothing better than seeing a college in person to help you get a feel for everything about the university.
"I finally got the game time atmosphere," Frost said of Auburn. "I only need a few more game time atmospheres to really seal the deal up for me. I'm looking forward to the Michigan one, the LSU one and I'm going to California for an official visit."
Having already visited Auburn a handful of times in the last eight months, Frost will have one more chance to see everything in person before his time comes to make a decision. He said while the visit will be important he already has strong feelings about the Tigers.
"I'm taking my official visit to Auburn after the season. I'm really excited about the whole thing. I finally got my full experience for Auburn and it gets better and better every time. They're really close to my heart. We'll see how it all plays out."