"I got to see some highlights, I got to see the players lounge, the locker room, the training room, the coaches office, I got to see the field," Tunsil said.
Tunsil says he doesn't talk to the coaching staff at Florida State too often, but he had some good conversations with them on his visit.
"Basically, they are saying the need o-lineman because they are short o-linemen," he said. "I have a good relationship with them."
"I like the program because my former teammate (FSU DT) Timmy Jernigan went there."
Tunsil still has Georgia and Florida at the top, but he said he was actually surprised by how comfortable he was in the atmosphere Florida State.
"I kinda liked it," "(It felt) a lot different, I didn't know I would feel comfortable there, but I guess I was wrong," he said.
"It's not as comfortable as Florida and Georgia are, I'm comfortable there, but I'm not like ‘Florida / Georgia comfortable.'"
Tunsil plans to visit Georgia for Junior Day on March 3rd.
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