Max Gonzalez-Brito discusses his WKU camp experience

Max Gonzalez-Brito discusses his WKU camp experience

Miami tight end Max Gonzalez-Brito was among the large group of athletes that attended WKU's prospect camp on Saturday. 

The 6-foot-4, 225-pound prospect, who holds a scholarship offer from Stetson and is drawing interest from Georgia Tech, Rutgers and others, worked closely with position coach Tony Levine for much of the two-hour camp.

"Coach Levine told me I did really well," he told WKU Insider. 

Gonzalez-Brito said that he "had a lot of fun" while visiting WKU and left with a strong impression of the school and the football program.

"I was very impressed with how nice the campus was," he said.  "The athletic facilities were awesome, I really loved the school."

His trip to The Hill for WKU's camp was his last campus visit prior to the start of his senior season at Miami's Columbus High School, but a trip to Maryland to participate in USA Football's National Developmental Games remains before focusing on the upcoming year.

"I'm done visiting schools for the summer but next week I'll be at Towson University for the USA developmental games so that should be a great experience," he said.

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