He earned All-State and All-Acadiana honors as a junior and is a physical specimen in the weight room with a 375-pound bench. His footwork and exceptional strength make him a better guard prospect in college and most coaches agree.
"He has real good feet and good technique," said Carencro recruiting coordinator Tony Courville. "I think that is why he will be a guard because he is able to pull because of his feet. He has a good combination of size, speed and agility."
Guillory attended LSU's Junior Day and the Tigers are the team to beat.
"They are No. 1," said Guillory. "It's close to home and they have a good football program. They have a lot of talent over there. I'm really not interested in anybody else."
LSU has not extended an official scholarship offer yet and Nick Saban may be waiting on test results from Guillory's ACT he will take in April. He currently has a 2.5 grade point average but he is working on picking that up over the next year.