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"I like the LSU coaches and the way they brought me in," said Patin. "I like the energy they have about bringing good players to the program."
Patin also said that proximity to home will play a role in his decision.
"I like LSU a lot because they are close to home and they offer me a great chance to get a good education, play for the national championship and stay close to my family," he said. "So far, they've treated me real good."
The standout linebacker denies having a clear cut leader but he does have a top five.
"Looking at it right now, my top
five are LSU,
The 6-1, 227 pound Southern Lab standout used his 4.75 40-speed to tally 80 tackles, six sacks and eight tackles for loss. His stats and play on the field earned him all-district as well as first-team all-state honor last season.
Patin said he had a lot of fond memories from his junior year but there is one play in particular that he will always remember.
"I had a lot of big sacks last year," Patin said. "Against Evangel, I had a big sack that helped get the offense back on the field. We ended up scoring on the next drive."