Someone Fisher will be
keeping tabs on to help fill his needs is
Chaisson, a 6-2, 180-pounder with 4.6 speed, has been starting under center on the prep level since his freshman year. He led Beaumont-Kelly for two years before transferring to Westbrook after his sophomore year.
In his first year at the helm for Westbrook, Chaisson was voted District 22-5A Most Valuable Player after passing for 1,646 yards and 13 touchdowns, and running for 774 yards and 15 more scores.
His ability to make plays via the air and
with his legs is what has landed early offers from
Being from the
He caught the eye of Fisher and the rest of
the coaches last summer when he attended one of Les Miles' camps and then gave
them another glimpse of what he could do at a 7-on-7 camp. While he was in
"It was real nice up there," said Chaisson. "I liked it a lot. I got to see pretty much everything and I liked it all but the indoor practice facility was real nice."
Chaisson said he will
be traveling back to
Chaisson said LSU has everything he is looking for in a school and he went into detail about just what it will take for a school to land his signature.
"I'm a big fan of tradition," proclaimed Chaisson. "I like having everybody's support and knowing that you have the support of all of the fans. I'm also looking at location because I don't want t get too far from home."