Brandon Boykin: It was real good. I got to spend some time with my future defensive backs coach and learn some things from him to carry over to next season.
QG: Dean Legge mentioned in one of his articles about the camp that he thought you were the best corner there. What do you think about that?
BB: I'm glad he said that about me, but I also thought I was the best cornerback there.
QG: Do you think you have a chance at playing early at Georgia?
BB: Right now I'm really not sure. There's a possibility. There's another cornerback coming in with me named Makiri Pugh but he plays the opposite side of the ball. So I'm not sure right now about their intentions of playing me early.
QG: Now that the commitment process is over for you what becomes your main concerns for the next year?
BB: I'm really just worried about my senior season. I want to get bigger so when I go to Georgia I can have a real chance of early playing time.
QG: Are you done with visits at this point?
BB: Yes sir, I may take an official visit to Georgia but that will be it.
QG: After committing do these other coaches from the other schools recruiting you stay in touch?
BB: A couple of them congratulated me through a text and a few others still text me but not very many of them.
QG: Are you happy to have the whole thing over with now?
BB: Yes sir I definitely am.