Marvin Shinn talks camps, visits
"The Alabama camp went pretty good," said Marvin Shinn. "I was up there on Sunday through Wednesday. I only worked out one day. I worked out on Tuesday with the coaches.
"It was really good working out with the coaches. I felt like I learned some new stuff. It was fun. I felt like I did good out there. I felt like I was the best receiver there. The coaches said they were happy with how I performed.
"I really enjoyed working with coach Cignetti. He said I did a good job. I also spoke to coach Saban for a while. He was basically just telling me he was happy to see me up there."
Vigor head coach Kerry Stevenson had a large number of players who participated in the camp.
"Seventeen of us from Vigor went up there," Shinn said. "We all had fun. I hung out with Danny Woodson a good bit while I was there. I thought he did pretty good. We have known each other pretty well even before we committed to Alabama."
Shinn, a Scout.com National 100 wide receiver, bulked up during the spring. He now stands 6-foot-3.5, 190-pounds. The possibility of visiting other schools is becoming less and less.
"Right now I don't have any other plans for visits," Shinn said. "LSU and Florida State are coming at me really strong. I don't know if I will visit or not. My commitment to Alabama is pretty strong now."
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