"It was just a great day, got to see the whole campus," said Droogsma, who is rated the No.45 offensive guard in the nation by Scout.com. "I was really surprised with how compact everything was, and I love that. That smaller campus, it was really awesome.
"Everything about the whole family and All-in system—in my school we run that same kind of thing," he added. ‘We've got the All-In program down there. I love the family atmosphere they've got there, and all the academic help they have for the players is so amazing. It's really awesome here. I love it."
"I loved talking with Troop because he's such a character and he's a great guy," said Droogsma. "Coach Grimes, there's few that can even parallel him. He's a great coach. He produces monsters. Love being around him."
"They would definitely be in it if they made a move," he said. "I would definitely say they'd be in it for sure."
Droogsma said he doesn't have a timeline to make a decision, but that he'd probably know by the end of his senior season where he wants to attend.
Until then, Droogsma said he plans to take more visits, including a return trip to Auburn this summer for a camp.