There were many top prospects at the USF SuperBull camp this past weekend and one of them was Columbia's rising junior offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, one of the top offensive line prospects for the class of 2013.
"It was a pretty good camp. I did well and I got to interact with the coaches," said Tunsil, who said he learned a lot at the Bulls camp. "They're a good coaching staff and I got to learn a lot a lot. Pass pro, run block, and stuff that I haven't learned before."
The 6-foot-6, 268 pound lineman got to work with the USF coaching staff for the first time and liked the experience.
"It was pretty good, I felt real comfortable with them like I could tell them anything," said Tunsil. "They told me a lot of good things and that they would love to work with me in a couple of years."
This was Tunsil's first time in Tampa and while he was in town got to check out the Bulls campus and facilities.
"It's nice, real nice, they got palm trees, the weather is nice and it feels good, not too hot, not too cold," said Tunsil. "The facilities are nice, real nice, I loved them."
Tunsil also enjoyed working out on the Bulls home turf, Raymond James Stadium.
"It's amazing, they play in an NFL stadium," said Tunsil. "It's real nice and a great place to play in."
The 2013 elite O-lineman already has major recruiting interest and has seven early offers from an impressive list of programs
"I have seven offers from Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Arkansas, Notre Dame, USC, and one from South Florida," said Tunsil, who said it's too early to name any favorites. "No, not really, not yet." He said referring to naming any schools standing out at this time.
The Columbia stand-out said he doesn't know if he'll be going to any other camps, but we'll be focusing on team stuff this summer, but did say he'll probably try and make a return trip to catch a Bulls home game.
"Yeah I'll probably come back down with one of my coaches," said Tunsil. "We'll probably to catch a game or something."
Stay tuned with USFNation.com as we keep you updated on Laremy Tunsil and the rest of the 2012 and 2013 recruiting classes