As one of the top linebackers in
In fact, the LSU staff is so high
on the blue chip prospect that Les Miles recently paid a visit to
"I had coach Miles and coach
(Larry) Porter come by school and that was pretty cool," said
The 6-2, 215 pound linebacker
tallied 83 tackles, 11.5 of which were for losses, four sacks and two
interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown. Those stats helped earn
him all-state, all-metro and an award as one of
With so many options to already choose from what does he think about the Tigers?
"I've liked LSU for a while,"
"They have a really good team. I like the way they play and I hear they have a nice campus. I'm really kind of excited to go visit.
"The coaches have been looking at
me to play tight end,"
"To me, when I am playing linebacker, I get to make a lot of big plays," he said. "I get to run from sideline to sideline, and I get to make some big hits a lot."
For now, camps will have to wait
"I'll have to talk to my coach about it," he said. "I'm not sure about which camps I'm going to make it to. We have to figure out our team's summer schedule."