Toliver has LSU and A&M at the top

Louisiana's deepest position for the Class of 2007 is at receiver but the LSU coaching staff is also looking to tap into the Lonestar State's pipeline for one of the top wide outs in the country

Terrance Tolliver, a 6-5, 182-pounder with 4.5 speed, is regarded by some to be the No. 1 receiver in Texas. As a junior he averaged over 22 yards a catch with 520 yards and six scores on 26 receptions.


The Hempstead product has a nice blend of size, speed and big play ability that has already landed him scholarship offers from the Tigers, Texas A&M, Oklahoma, Kansas State, Nebraska, Texas Tech, Baylor and Arizona.


Hempstead High School may sound familiar to LSU fans because that is where former Tiger running back Harvey Williams prepped at in the mid 80's.


In fact, Williams has played a role in Tolliver's interest in the Tigers.


"I call him my step uncle but I really don't know what he is to me," Tolliver said of his relationship with Williams. "My dad used to be with his sister and him and my dad are real tight."


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