"To be honest, I really didn't like it," Aromashodu said of the Florida State camp. "They didn't do as much as I thought they would."
"We did mostly zone coverages, and there were no 1-on-1's like I thought there would be," he said. "I heard there'd be a lot of 1-on-1's and that you could switch up and cover people, too. It was nothing like that at all."
Aromashodu talked about some other campers.
"It was really hard to tell who stood out at the camp," he said. "But Brian (Hernandez) did well. He was my roommate. There was a quarterback from Tallahassee who is the son of one of Florida State's coaches. I thought he threw a real nice ball. He's about 6-4 and 180." (editor's note: he is talking about Leon's Wyatt Sexton).
"I'm still pretty much still favoring three schools," he said. "Miami, Ohio State, and Notre Dame."
Devin Aromashodu Talks about FSU Camp
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