"Ball State was awesome," he said. "I had a lot of people asking who I was.
"Friday, I went to Northwestern, but I pulled my hamstring about 45 minutes in, so I really didn't get a chance to show them what I can do," he continued.
However, at Purdue, Tobias was able to make some noise.
"At Purdue, two weeks ago, I talked to Coach Hope while I was there. I ran a 4.5."
The coaches were obviously impressed with what Tobias did on campus.
"They went and talked to my dad. They told me to stay in touch," he continued.
Tobias plans on visiting Western Kentucky soon, but he doesn't have any further plans.