Overall, Story felt good about his camp performance at Mississippi State.
"I feel like I had a good day today," he said. "I had to learn to do new techniques and I feel I learned them really well."
He also enjoyed being around MSU o-line coach John Hevesy.
"I like offensive line coaches who want you to get after it and go all out every play," said Story.
When he attends college camps he has several things in mind that he wants to achieve.
"I go to camps to show my abilities to the coaches and show all that I can do," said Story, who at 16-years-old is a very young senior-to-be. "I also try to learn things from the coaches as well."
Story has already attended one camp and has plans on attending several others this summer.
"I've already attended Southern Miss' camp," said Story. "And I plan on attending camps at Alabama and Ole Miss. And there are some others that I plan on attending that are scattered out throughout the summer."
As of now, five colleges are actively recruiting the talented youngster.
"(Mississippi) State, Ole Miss, Southern Miss, Middle Tennessee State, Missouri and a couple of other colleges are recruiting me," said Story.
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