LSU is hitting the
Pollock, a 6-foot, 205-pounder with 4.5 speed, moved to safety during his junior season because the team needed him there and that may have been the best thing that could have happened to him.
It gave the big hitting prospect a chance to do what he does best and that is support the run and make ball carriers pay for running his way.
Heading into his junior season
Pollock was not one of the most well known players in his area but after
registering 83 tackles and forcing seven fumbles he is considered by some as one
of the fastest rising prospects in
LSU defensive line coach
"LSU is a big-time program in a big-time conference," said Pollock. "In my opinion the SEC is the biggest powerhouse conference so there is plenty to be interested in with LSU. It's really a great program."
The LSU staff has invited Pollock to attend one of the camps this summer to get a closer look and by then we should have a better idea for where he stands in the grand scheme of things.