At just over 6-foot-2, 208-pounds, Tranquill continued to open eyes during the Sound Mind Sound Body Camp.
"It was great opportunity to come out here," said Tranquill. "The camp directors and coaches gave us a chance to come out here and earn ourselves a college scholarship.
One reason Tranquill is a late comer to the college football recruiting world is because of his baseball background. However, that all changed following his Army All-American Coming in San Antonio (TX) early this year.
"I wasn't on the camp circuit last year as I was focused on baseball," explained Tranquill. "But I went down to the Army Combine in San Antonio (TX) and got a good vibe. I also got connected with AWP (Athletes With Purpose).
"So I found that passion and started the camp circuit. I had already picked up some offers going into the camp season but some bigger offers are starting to come I think."
Tranquill recently visited Cincinnati and was able to meet a coach he grew up idolizing and see what the Bearcats had to offer.
"Cincinnati was awesome as the coaching staff was great," said Tranquill. "Coach (Tommy) Tuberville is a former Auburn coach and my parents are both Auburn alumni. So it was cool to meet him having grown up an Auburn fan.