Still All Square For Stamper
Ryan Stamper made an unofficial visit to Auburn this past weekend for the Georgia game. Stamper came away extremely impressed by Auburn.
"It went real well. We went to the their sports building, and saw Coach Whitt. Then we went and watched the Tiger Walk. The Tiger Walk was one of the best parts of the trip. I have never seen anything like that. People were talking to me and my coaches saying come to Auburn. The crowd was really good, that have some really nice. After the game, I checked out the dorms and the rest of the campus. The only thing I didn’t like at the stadium was the bathrooms. I feel for the fans those were not pretty."
Stamper had previously planned to come up with to Clemson this weekend with teammate and Clemson commitment Paul Muse.
"I am not sure now. I didn't realize that the Florida classic between Bethune-Cookman and Florida A&M was this weekend. My family has always goes to that. Plus, my sister goes to UCF in Orlando where the game is played, and I haven't seen her in awhile. So I might just make the trip with my family this weekend."
Auburn made a big impression on Auburn, but Stamper contends things are still open. Also, he commented on a possible coaching change at South Carolina.
"The trip showed me a side of Auburn I hadn’t seen. Things are still pretty even. Paul (Muse) still stays on me pretty hard. He didn’t want me to go up to Auburn and commit. If South Carolina has a coaching change, it shouldn't have to big of an impact unless the linebackers coach changes."
First Coast did not make the playoffs this year, but did win their bowl game. They lost two district games on the final play knocking them out of the playoffs.
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