“It’s exciting,” Pass said. “It’s a blessing more than anything. I’m just thankful to get the invite. I think I did well, I just came out there and competed.
“It was tough,” he added of the conditions. “We just had to fight through it. Everybody still competed pretty good. I think we did a good job.”
Bigger and more physical than he was last season, Pass is filling out his body some and that should only continue to help him develop more as a passer for Carver-Columbus. A good athlete in the pocket capable of making something happen if a play breaks down, Pass is a player that has been on the radar for college teams since very early in his high school career.
Pass works on his footwork during Sunday's camp
Now with plans to make a decision sometime in July so he can concentrate on his senior season, Pass said at the moment five schools stand out to him and one of those is Auburn. A frequent visitor to check out the Tigers, he said he likes everything about what Gus Malzahn and Rhett Lashlee are doing on that side of the ball.
“They are close to home and I would fit great in their offense,” Pass said. “I think I could come in and have a good opportunity to play. There is a lot of good stuff about them.
“Coach Kiffin is a good coach,” Pass said. “He can do a lot of great things with me. He’s doing a lot of great things with that offense up there.”