"It was good," Perrilloux told Tiger Rag. "It was straight. My family went down with me and we ate some good food, and has a good time with coach (Les) Miles and coach (Jimbo) Fisher."
Perrilloux said he had been to LSU more than 25 times over the past two years so he was already familiar with everything LSU had to offer.
The nation's No. 2 rated signal caller said he really enjoyed sitting down with Miles and Fisher to talk about the offense the Tigers would run next year and beyond.
"They are going to run an open offense where the quarterback has to make a lot of reads," Perrilloux said. "They think my running skills and my passing skills would be a great fit for what they want to do."
Craig Davis had the luxury of hosting Perrilloux on his visit and the Tigers' wide out let him know how nice it would be to have him throwing passes in Tiger Stadium next season.
The LSU student section also did its job in recruiting Perrilloux when he walked into the Maravich Assemble Center on Saturday to take in the LSU/Mississippi State contest. The students began chanting "Perrilloux, Perrilloux" for a few minutes and he said he enjoyed that recognition.
"That was tight," he said. "That was sweet."
Perrilloux said now it's time to sit back and relax until Wednesday when he intends on making a final decision between LSU, Texas and Mississippi State.
Does he still consider himself committed to Texas?
"Yes," he said.
Did the LSU trip give him something to consider?
"It did," he said.
Is Mississippi State still in the hunt?
"Definitely," he replied.
Sounds like not much has changed in the past couple of weeks but there could be a big surprise coming someone's way on Wednesday.
The question is who?
Jury still out on Perrilloux
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