Nadab Joseph certainly made himself known at the Miami Opening Regional on Sunday. The Scout 300 safety earned MVP honors after his testing performance, recording a rating of 116.61. According to Joseph, he always looks forward to that portion of the camp.
"Testing is real fun for me when I come to camps," he said. "Also like getting a good look on one-on-ones and practice my techniques."
The Miami Edison standout's abilities have earned him a plethora of offers, however, last June Joseph decided he had seen enough from one school. He decided he wanted to commit to LSU. Since his summer pledge, his relationship with the Tigers staff continues to blossom.
"It is still good. Everything is good," said Josep. "It's like a family over there. Everything is really tight and cool. I am always in touch with them."
Joseph says he remains solid in his commitment to LSU, however, that has not stopped several schools reaching out.
"Georgia and FSU [recruiting me hard]," said Joseph. Georgia is "saying the same thing. They are trying to get me there. They are showing me how it could be with me there. They are also like a family.. I like it over at FSU because my family is over there too. The coaches have been say that they can get me right there."
The Seminoles are not the only in-state school to reach out. Florida has offered Joseph and the 2018 prospect remains in contact with the Gators-who now has hired Corey Bell as their new defensive backs coach, a former Edison football head coach.
"They are on me. I mean when I went over there that one time, I saw how they treat each other. It was some guy's birthday and the whole team sang happy birthday. So I thought that was cool."
Joseph knows schools will continue to try to flip his pledge from LSU, but he needs to know a few things before he considers a flip.
"They have to show me a lot. How the football and school can help me," he said.
Joseph hopes to visit both Oregon and LSU this summer.