The 6'4", 320-pound offensive
lineman out of
"It was a pretty good camp," said Stone. "I met a lot of good coaches and a lot of good people. I really enjoyed myself. Coach Searles really helped me out with my hand placement and my footwork."
Stone said there was stiff competition at the camp, but that he put out his best effort.
"Honestly, there were a lot of good players there," said Stone. "LSU has a lot of good people to choose from. I think I held my own, but there were just so many talented players there."
Although Stone said no verbal offer was made, LSU would be his top choice for a school.
"My top teams would be LSU,
Stone said he attended two other camps this summer at Ole Miss and Louisiana Tech. He impressed coaches at La. Tech so much, they gave him an offer after the one-day camp.
"They were both one-day camps, so I didn't really get as much out of it as the week-long camp for LSU," said Stone. "When I was at Tech they gave me my offer. At Ole Miss, they told us to go talk with someone about recruiting after the camp was over, and I wasn't able to do that, so I haven't really heard anything from them."
Stone said there are many things he likes about LSU.
"I like the facilities a lot," said
Stone. "You know when you go there as a football player, they are going to be
there for you to help you out with your education. A lot of people I know have
gone there and they all speak highly of it and growing up in
As for his senior season which is right around the corner, Stone set a few goals for himself.
"I really just want to get out there and try my best," said Stone. "I want to get the job done with my team and hopefully get noticed by a few more colleges."
Note** Stone said he should get his grades together after this season and plans to study harder next time he takes the ACT.