"The camp went great," Seandre Richardson said. "I liked everything about it. The electricity was great."
"The head coach [Nick Saban] doesn't just sit around like other head coaches. You don't see them out there working with the players. He was always in the activities. He was teaching me and trying to make me a better player."
The 6-foot-3, 185-pound prospect has not received an offer from the in-state school, but there are several things Rchardson likes about Alabama.
"It's a great place. They have a great tradition. It would be a nice school to play at. I like how the coaches work with you. We were watching the players practice yesterday. They were dedicated and doing what it takes to win. They know what the goal is, and they are trying to meet the goals," he said.
When asked of scholarship offers Richardson said, "I have received offers from Duke, Mississippi State, Troy and Vanderbilt. I don't know if any other schools are close to offering me. I really don't have any favorites."
"I am going to try to go to a few camps. I am going to have to talk to my coach. We got a new coaching staff, and he is trying to set some camps up for me."
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