Randon Carnathan gave his thoughts on the two day camp at Auburn.
"They worked us pretty hard at Auburn," Carnathan said. "We did so many drills, and we did one-on-one twice each day. After the first day we went to eat and then we walked back the dorms, which seemed like a mile, and I went straight to bed."
"I got to talk to coach Price, and he told me they liked what they saw from me. He is supposed to come to a game this fall."
Carnathan also discussed the one day lineman camp at Alabama.
"The camp went pretty good. I liked it a lot," Carnathan said. "There were over 200 kids there, and there was a lot of competition."
"I did pretty well, I thought. The coaches told me they were impressed with me after the one-on-one drills, and they want to stay in touch with me."
Randon Carnathan admits enjoying himself at both in-state SEC schools, and he still has a solid leader.
"I am still leaning toward Southern Miss," Randon said. "They are still my overall favorite at this point."
Carnathan holds offers from Southern Miss, South Alabama, Army and Arkansas State.
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