"It was great," said Seisay, who attends Alexandria St. Stephens in Virginia. "There was some really good competition out there. I thought they taught me a lot, like hot to be a better quarterback, and how to be a good leader out there."
Seisay plays quarterback in high school, but also worked out at the cornerback position while at the camp, which he was at for all three days.
At this point Nebraska has not shown any interest in Seisay, likely because he is only a sophomore in high school.
He just decided to attend the camp because his older brother plays here, and he thought it would be a fun experience. Seisay also expressed how he believes his brother made a good choice in coming to Nebraska.
"It's a beautiful place," he explained. "Coach Bo is a great coach so I know he is going to look over my brother."
Seisay made the varsity team during his freshman year, but was mostly just a scout team guy.
"I am trying to get more accurate in the pocket," said the quarterback. "And just staying in the pocket more and delivering a good ball, and becoming a better leader."
The 5-foot-11, 185 sophomore describes himself as a dual threat quarterback, but more of a pass first kind of guy.
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