"It has been going good, it has been going well. Just recently we had a bye week. We started off a little slow, we are trying to get our chemistry together. We are getting better week by week. Right now I am at 300 yards in 3 games. I am starting off a little slower than last year but things are gonna pick up down the line as the o-line gets better so I am looking forward down the stretch."
Seymour, 5-foot-6 and 170 pounds, talked about the latest in recruiting.
"Cincinnati, Kansas State, FIU, Memphis, Tennessee, a couple others have been calling me," he said. "I recently set up a visit to Cincinnati on December 4th when they play Pitt. Me and coach talked about setting up a visit to Marshall soon. I am trying to fit it in the schedule."
In addition to those unofficial visits, Seymour has a few unofficials in mind.
"I am going to a Florida game on October 16th. I got a game invite to Marshall and I am pretty excited about that. I am going with some other people to Marshall game. I am going with our coach, cornerback who committed to Marshall and our receiver Craig Wilkins."
No one jumps out to Seymour right now.
"Right now they are all equal because I haven't taken any visits or discussed it with my parents. So I am open right now."
The standout RB prospect, who claims a 2.5 GPA, talked about what he's looking for in a school.
"Where ever the best fit for me is where I want to be at. Great academics with a high graduation rate, is the first thing I am looking for. Second is how comfortable I will be at their school. The relationship with the coaches, if I will be comfortable there for four or five years."