Weatherspoon pointed out the advantages of coming to a team camp as opposed to attending an individual camp.
"Coming to a team camp, you are trying to get better, trying to find some chemistry for your team and trying to get some wins," said the Scout.com 4-star prospect. "You want to build as much chemistry as possible can because that is good for the team in the long term."
Individually, he's simply trying to improve the little things in his game.
"I guess you are trying to work on mistakes that you have made (during the season) and you can work on those at a team camp," said Weatherspoon.
The Thursday Mississippi State team camp was his second time to be on the MSU campus this year.
"This is my second time to be at Mississippi State this year," said Weatherspoon. "The first time I came up here was on an unofficial visit about two weeks ago. I came then because I was trying to get a feel for the university so I took a tour around the university. (Mississippi State head) Coach (Rick) Ray and (MSU assistant and recruiting) Coach (George) Brooks took me on a tour around the Hump and the gym."
Mississippi State is one of several schools that are recruiting the talented youngster.
"I'm being recruited by Alabama, Auburn, LaSalle, USM, Georgia, Middle Tennessee, Mississippi State, Murray State, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Tulsa, Wake Forest, Western Kentucky and Wichita State," said Weatherspoon. "Murray State has offered, Mississippi State has offered. Middle Tennessee offered. Alabama has offered."
Weatherspoon is in no hurry to pick a college.
"I'm going to decide in May," he said.
Keep it on Scout.com and GenesPage.com as we continue to follow the recruitment of this very talented member of the class of 2015.
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