"The drills were fun at A&M," Antoine said. "I liked it. The DBs coach gave us a tour of the school. It's nice.
"The DBs coach told me to keep in contact and to send my highlights to him. They basically taught me a lot of new things that will help with my man technique. The coaches told me that I have good hands, and that that will be a bonus for me in man-to-man coverage."
Antoine was impressed with the quality of competition.
"There were a lot of good receivers at A&M camp," he said.
Antoine will camp with LSU in July.
"I'm going to Florida with the Louisiana Bootleggers 7v7 team on June 21," he added.
What would it mean to Antoine to land his first offer from Tulane this week?
"I would be a great feeling," he said. "Not everyone gets an offer, especially early offers. I would love it."
He's considering a Friday session with the Wave.