With all the different factors William Vlachos will weigh before he makes a decision on a college, proximity to a hunting camp could be one of the heaviest.
"Yeah, hunting could possibly play
a role in my decision," admitted the 6-2, 299-pound center out of
The highly recruited all-star earned all-city honors as well as honorable mention on the all-state team as a junior. He said he bench presses 415 pounds, squats 550 and power cleans 300.
Other than hunting, what would draw
"I like the coaching staff because it's been the most personal I've met," he said. "Their facilities were the best I've seen and the academic center was by far the best I've seen.
LSU's reputation also has preceded itself.
"LSU football speaks for itself," he said. "Year in and year out they compete for a national title and they have a great tradition."
In addition to his LSU offer,
Vlachos has received tenders from two in-state schools (
Does he have a favorite?
"Right now, my three favorite are
Vlachos attended a
Scout.com-sponsored combine in
"The coaches have said they are looking at me as either a guard or center," he said. "They like the way I finish my blocks."
Note** Vlachos claims that he has maintained a 2.65 GPA and earned a 22 on his ACT.