"The visit went really well," Bloomfield said. "I got to spend more time with the coaches this time around."
Having the chance to speak with Coach Spencer and other coaches on the Yellow Jackets' staff was important to Joey Bloomfield, who visited last month but didn't have much time to meet with the coaching staff or see most of the campus. This time around, Bloomfield got to see far more of the university and program.
"I like that the campus is in a city and isn't in the country like most college campuses are," Bloomfield said. "Coach Spencer told me all about the academics and how great of a school Tech is."
After Saturday's camp, Bloomfield said he's really starting to like the way the coaches run the football program at Georgia Tech, and they remain his top school right now. While he is only a junior and has another full year to make his final decision, Bloomfield is beginning to see several schools in the southeast and like Tech more than all the others.
As for the camp itself, Bloomfield was in the presence of older talent (as many of the players were rising seniors), but he felt like he was a good fit at the camp.
"I think I matched up pretty well," Bloomfield said. "The coaches said I improved on my footwork, and they gave me a lot of really good feedback."