LB Stephone Anthony Profile
"I enjoyed it a lot. I got a chance to be around more players this time, and get a chance to interact with some people," Anthony told CUTigers Sunday evening.
"One thing that stood out to me is the family atmosphere there, the people that's there, and everybody seems happy and together."
Corico Hawkins served as Anthony's player host for the weekend. Prior to his trip, Anthony had never met him.
"He's a good guy. He pretty much kept it straight forward with me, telling me how it was going to be," Anthony said. "He was fun to be with."
He also enjoyed Saturday night's awards banquet.
"For some of the players, it was emotional. You can tell that those guys play together and they have a good time," Anthony said.
How about his Sunday meeting with head coach Dabo Swinney?
"During my meeting with coach Swinney, it was just kind of based on how the weekend went and what we did on my visit," Anthony said. "We got a chance to talk football and non-football stuff. My parents went with me to it. It was a good visit with him."
There was no individual meeting with defensive coordinator Kevin Steele.
"Me and coach Steele just kind of interacted the whole weekend," Anthony said.
Up next is an official to Virginia Tech. After that, he hopes to visit North Carolina and N.C. State.
Clemson and Florida round out the five schools he's currently considering.
"I haven't gotten those schools down yet. I'm trying to get them down to three."
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