OL Tyler Love Profile
College coaches have filled the halls at Mountain Brook (Al.) to visit one of the nation's top offensive line prospects - Tyler Love.
"Florida, Alabama, Clemson, Arkansas, Auburn, Memphis, Tulane, Southern Mississippi and Middle Tennessee State have all been by the school," Love told CUTigers.com in a recent interview. "Tomorrow coach Fulmer is coming from Tennessee. Jimbo Fisher from Florida State is also coming by tomorrow."
Coach Dabo Swinney was one of the coaches visiting Mountain Brook this week.
"Coach Swinney came by from Clemson. He came by the school yesterday," said Love.
When asked about his current leaders, Love responded, "I am still open right now. I am going to narrow it down to six after spring practice."
The prize recruit plans to visit several schools over the summer.
"I haven't taken any visits lately," he said. "I am going to try to go to LSU at the end of the month. Over the summer I am going to go back to Georgia, Florida and Clemson. I am also going to visit Florida State."
Which teams are recruiting Love the hardest right now?
"I would say Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Clemson, Florida State and Virginia," replied Love.
A final decision will come from the Alabama standout next fall.
"I am going to wait until around the end of my season to make my decision. I will take some official visits during the season. Then I will be ready," added the talented lineman.
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