Afterwards, Climo said it was a good experience, and he took away a lot of good feedback from the Pitt coaching staff.
More specifically, Pitt quarterbacks coach Brooks Bollinger and receivers coach Bobby Engram.
"You learn different things from different coaches," Climo said. "Everyone teaches different things, and you're looking for certain things to add to your game. Coach Bollinger is someone you can always learn from. He's a great teacher.
"You just have to take the same mindset through everything. I thought I did pretty well. I was going against some of the top guys, some good defensive backs. For the most part, I thought I did pretty well."
In addition to Pitt coaches, Climo talked with coaches from Yale and Bucknell after the camp. He plans on going to camp at Yale, at some point.
As for Pitt, while an offer didn't come out of the camp, the coaches said they'd like to keep in touch with him.
"They said recruiting is not over, yet," Climo said. "They said to just be patient. You never know what's down the road."