Hebert pleased with performance at LSU camp

T-Bob Hebert, one of the South's most highly recruited centers, completed his stay at the LSU camp and said he did real well. Last season, Hebert emerged as a blue-chip center after he graded out at 92 percent and recorded 64 pancake blocks to earn all-county honors.

So far the 6-2, 275-pounder out of Alpharetta (Ga.) Greater Atlanta Christian says that he has received seven offers from Georgia, Auburn, Ole Miss, LSU, Vanderbilt, Maryland and North Carolina.

He said he hasn't narrowed his list at all and will make a decision after the season.

"I had fun at camp," said Hebert. "I had a good time seeing the coaches over there. They said they were pleased with my performance and that they wanted me to come back to LSU."

This was Hebert's fourth camp of the summer. He also attended sessions at Auburn, Ole Miss and Georgia.

As for his most recent stop, Hebert said a couple things stood out about LSU.

"LSU has a good football team and I believe I could get a good education here," said Hebert. "I took a tour of the campus and I really enjoyed it a lot."

Some prospects will place a huge emphasis on early playing time and while that is important, it will not be the deciding factor.

"Early playing time will be important, too," he added. "I feel like in all the situations that will be possible, so that doesn't really separate one school from the other. For me, it's going to come down to where I feel the most comfortable at."

Note** Hebert said he has a 3.0 GPA and scored a 1230 on his SAT.

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