"It was a real good camp and the workout was intense," Gill said. "The energy level was high and the competition level was good."
Gill worked under the direction of Mississippi State linebacker coach Manny Diaz. It appears that Gill enjoyed his time sharpening the saw during the Big Dawg drills.
"I just switched over to linebacker at this camp. The first time I came, I worked at defensive end," Gill said. "It was a lot different than rushing off of the edge, but I adapted. I feel like I could play either one if I needed to."
Several schools have shown varying levels of interest in the Peach State standout, but the process is still on going.
"I am talking with Syracuse, Duke, Middle Tennessee, Mississippi State, Cincinnati and a few other ones," Gill said. "I am going to Richmond for their camp too. They are another school that has been talking to me."
Gill plans to wait out the process and see what options come his way during his senior season before making any decisions about his college future."