As a junior at
Proctor will play his senior season
"I worked with the quarterback's coach and I was impressed with his knowledge of the game," said Proctor. "He was able to teach me things in just the three days I was there. I talked with Les Miles and he said that I may have the ability to start off as a quarterback depending on how I progress. They also like what I can do as a safety and maybe even corner."
Proctor said LSU had been one of
his favorites, but after last week's camp, they have begun to distance
themselves from the other schools. He said that he received his offer back in
January, and has received five offers since from schools like
What stands out about the Tigers?
"I like how they are always in a position to win a national championship," said Proctor. "I'm looking forward to watching them win a bunch of games next season. The coaches are really the best group of guys I've met. They made me feel wanted and made me feel like I had a home at LSU."
LSU's camp was the only one Proctor attended this summer and said that he will be heading back for an official visit this fall.
"No doubt about it," he said. "I will be back."
Note: Proctor reports a 2.9 GPA and a 1270 SAT.