Auburn coaches toured nine high schools in the area beginning on Monday morning in Baldwin County making stops at Spanish Fort High and Daphne High before heading across Mobile Bay to visit more schools.
"I saw them when they came to the school," Dismukes tells Inside the Auburn Tigers. "That was really good, especially after I committed to Auburn last week."
Dismukes, who is ranked as the number three rated center prospect in nation by Scout.com, notes that he saw the Auburn coaches again as they rolled into St. Paul's High School where he was watching his classmates play a baseball game on Monday afternoon. "I guess I was in the right place at he right time," he says.
The offensive lineman notes he likes the concept of a group of Auburn coaches touring the state visiting with high school coaches about the AU program and talking about prospects and potential prospects with the coaches. During this evaluation period, college coaches can talk to school officials, but not to the prospects. "My coach said the visit went real well," Dismukes points out.
The high school junior will be competing himself for Spanish Fort in a golf tournament on Tuesday. "We have sectionals," he says, noting that he isn't real thrilled with how he has been hitting the ball recently. "Hopefully, it will be better on Tuesday."
On Monday he will be back on the football field as Spanish Fort begins spring football practice. Last Tuesday he announced at a press conference at the school that he plans to sign with Coach Gene Chizik's Tigers in February as part of Auburn's 2011 class. "I really like the coaches and I most definitely feel good about my decision," he says.