Youngblood says no leader yet.

Reggie Youngblood has been high on LSU ever since he tripped to Baton Rouge for junior day back in March. <br><br> The nation's No. 2 rated offensive lineman has every school in the country courting him but only seven are still standing. <br><br> Is LSU one of them?

"It's LSU, Texas, Oklahoma, Miami, Florida State, Tennessee and Nebraska," Youngblood said of his finalists. "I don't really have a leader. I feel the same about them all because they are all good schools."

The 6-5, 285-pounder has decided on two of his official visits as they will go to Oklahoma and Miami.

Tiger Rag asked Youngblood if he thought LSU would get one of his other three officials and Tiger fans will like his response even though it was not a definitive "yes."

"LSU has a real good chance of getting an official visit," he said. "LSU is still up there near the top because I like them a lot. I have been there twice and every time I have gone I have been impressed more and more."

Coaches can start calling prospects on Sept. 1 and Youngblood figures Nick Saban will be one of the many head coaches giving him a ring on Wednesday.

Saban made quite an impression on the Houston (Texas) Washington prospect and is a big reason LSU is in the mix.

"I love the way coach Saban runs his team," Youngblood said. "The players respond to him and you know he is the leader of that team. All of the coaches are real friendly and down to earth. It is a real family atmosphere."

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