"I'm up to 5 offers now from Alabama, Clemson, LSU, Georgia and Louisville. Those are my top 5 schools. I don't really have a favorite. If I had to pick a leader I really couldn't right now," Earl Alexander said.
What does Alexander like about each of those schools?
Alabama: "Just basically their style of play. Coach Randolph will tell you straight up and he's very honest."
Clemson: "I don't know too much about Clemson. I talked to the coach and he said I had a good chance to step in and play."
LSU: "I talked to JaMarcus Russell and he just told me a little something about them. From what he said, I really liked it. How they mix it up, how they practice, how they don't have too much depth at QB and all that."
Georgia: "Coach Richt is a real nice guy and very honest. I like the campus there a lot and it's somewhere I could really see myself going. I like their style of play also."
Louisville: "Coach Whitt is my recruiting coach and he is my favorite recruiter right about now. I like how they mix it up offensively and I have a cousin up there already named Demetrius Blackmon. He says nice things about it and I could be with family."
Alexander is versatile enough to play quarterback or wide receiver at the next level.
"Georgia and LSU both offered me as an athlete. They say I can start at quarterback, but if that doesn't work out I can play a different position. I would love to play quarterback but if things ain't clicking, I wouldn't mind changing positions."
He has attended one camp thus far and has two more to go.
"I just got back from the Auburn camp last weekend. I plan to go to Georgia and LSU also. I'm trying to get to Clemson too."
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