With interest picking up on the recruiting trail, 2014 defensive end Davon Godchaux is preparing for his second college visit of the spring. Not much will differ about his second visit over his first, as he will be visiting LSU again this weekend for their second junior day. This time around, the 6-4 245 pound Godchaux is planning to get some questions answered that he missed out on during his last visit to Baton Rouge.
"I want to talk to the coaches about where I will fit in the program," said Godchaux. "I want to see what my role will be if I got an offer and decided to go there. That is something I didn't really get to do last time."
For months, Godchaux has been waiting for an offer from his home-state Bayou Bengals. The Plaquemine High School standout has had regular contact with the LSU staff and believes there is a chance that an offer will come through in the near future from the Tigers.
"I have been hearing that I'm going to get my offer soon, but who knows," said Godchaux. "Everybody knows how I feel about LSU and them being the home-state school. I'm just looking forward to potentially getting that offer from them."
Aside from interest by LSU, Godchaux has had several new schools reach out to him this week, one of which hinted at a possible offer coming his way soon.
"I talked to the coaches at UCLA recently and they said there is a good chance they will offer," said Godchaux. "I also talked to Oklahoma State and UL-Monroe. I got invited to the Alabama junior day as well."
While he is taking the recruiting process one day at a time, Godchaux has a top list of four schools, with one school that has yet to make contact rounding out his top-five.
"My top list hasn't really changed in a while," said Godchaux. "It's Texas A&M, Alabama, LSU, and Notre Dame. I'd really like to start hearing from Florida. They would finish out my top-five."
With spring football beginning in the coming months, Godchaux explained that he would like to get to one other school, if not two, for a visit this spring before he becomes too busy.
"I'm going to Alabama and I want to go visit UCF, but I don't know if I'll be able to make it over there," said Godchaux. "Other than that, I'm just visiting LSU."
Second LSU visit next for Godchaux
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