Laremy Tunsil: It was pretty good.
Amy Campbell: What types of things did you get to see and do maybe that were different than other times you have been up there.
Laremy Tunsil: When I went up there the first time I saw a lot of things, but this time I got to see a lot of the players.
Amy Campbell: Who was you host?
Laremy Tunsil: Todd Gurley.
Amy Campbell: And you know him from before… right?
Laremy Tunsil: I do know him from before. I met him during the summer.
Amy Campbell: So did you have a good time with him and some of the other players that you hung out with while you were up there?
Laremy Tunsil: Yes ma'am, I did have a lot of fun up there.
Amy Campbell: What do you think about the mindset and vibe of that team – those players? Is that a good atmosphere?
Laremy Tunsil: Yes, that's a great team atmosphere. They are all brothers.
Amy Campbell: Which coaches did you mostly talk to, and what did they say?
Laremy Tunsil: I talked mainly with all of them.
Amy Campbell: What sorts of things were they saying about how much they want you, and how much they will use you?
Laremy Tunsil: We really didn't talk about that they wanted me.
Amy Campbell: So what kind of conversation was it? Was it pretty much just catching up?
Laremy Tunsil: Yes, it was pretty much talking about what would happen.
Amy Campbell: Who went with you to Athens?
Laremy Tunsil: My mom and bothers.
Amy Campbell: What did your mom think about it?
Laremy Tunsil: She thought it was nice, too.
Amy Campbell: So where does Georgia stand with you now after the visit?
Laremy Tunsil: Well they are in the same place.
Amy Campbell: And you have Ole Miss this weekend.
Laremy Tunsil: Yes, this will be my first trip out there.