Daniel Drummond, a 6-3, 240-pounder out of West Hall High School, has been making the camp circuit around the southeast this summer. Two of his events were the Scout.com Elite 150 Camp in Atlanta and a four-day camp on the Auburn University campus.
"The camp at Auburn was great," says Drummond, who notes that he has a lot of interest in the Auburn program. "I learned a new position. I started playing tight end and I really like it.
"The camp in Atlanta was good, too," he notes. "I got to see the competition. There were a lot of good players there."
Drummond, who plays fullback and linebacker, says he may also see some action at tight end this fall. He points out that he is working on improving all phases of his game and camps like the ones at AU can make a difference. "The Auburn camp helped me a ton," he says.
At 6-3, 240, Drummond is already big for a high school linebacker. "The doctors say I might grow about two more inches," he notes. "Because of that, I might be a tight end. The tight ends coach at Auburn said he wanted to stay in touch and he wants me to come back for their senior camp next year."
Next on the agenda is a camp at Clemson and Drummond says will take in more events before starting his senior season.