How did things go?
"It was nice sitting down and talking with them," Tillman said. "My mom got a chance to talk to coach Miles some and she liked him."
Was Miles and Henson successful with their mission?
"They already knew I was still committed," Tillman said.
While Tillman says he is still committed to the Tigers he admitted that he is torn between three schools.
"It's tough choosing between LSU, Ole Miss and Alabama," he said. "I'm going to sit down with my mom after my last visit next weekend (Alabama) and then we will decide."
When asked why he was torn, Tillman did not have much to say.
"It's really just a lot of things," he said.
Tillman will take his official visit to LSU this weekend and he said that there are a few things he is looking to see on his trip.
"I want to see how I fit in with the players and the surroundings," he said. "That is really the main thing."
If he fits in well with the LSU family, could that solidify his commitment?
"Yes sir," he said.
Marcus Tillman update
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