Texas Tech defensive back commit Tevin Madison recently took a visit to the Texas Tech campus.
"It went well. The facilities are really nice," Madison said Sunday.
Madison spent time with some of the coaches, current players and the other visitors. His host was freshman wide receiver Reginald Davis.
The Fayette County wide receiver said his favorite part of the trip was playing laser tag.
"The recruits played the coaches and it was a fun time."
When asked who the best laser tag player was, Madison mentioned safeties coach Trey Haverty as someone who stood out. The 5-foot-10 Alabama native proclaimed himself as the best bowler.
Madison is still set on signing with the Red Raiders.
"Yeah, I'm still solid with Texas Tech."
Madison Enjoyed Visit to Texas Tech
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