When looking at high school
prospects in the south for 2007, it doesn't get much better than Caleb King, a
5-11, 210 pound, running back at Greater Atlanta Christian School in
King, ranked as the No. 3 running back in the country on Scout.com, has already received close to 60 scholarship offers following his 2,768 yard rushing junior season, but has yet to name any official front runners.
He opted to not disclose much information regarding his recruitment, wishing to concentrate on football and not the press, but did mention a few things to Tiger Rag regarding where he stood with the LSU program and others in the SEC.
"LSU was one of the first schools to offer," King said. "I'm very interested in their program. I've been in contact with coach (Bradley Dale) Peveto, and talked to coach Miles briefly when he came to watch me practice in the spring."
Caleb also attended a football camp at LSU over the summer, which left him with a good impression of the school.
"They have the best academic facilities I have seen so far," he said. King also added that academics were one of the biggest factors in his school selection.
LSU's camp was one of only two
camps King attended over the summer, with the other being at
What has so many national powerhouses talking to King?
"They say they like my vision and my ability to cut," he said.
King is not sure yet when or where
he will take his official visits, but did say that he plans to come to
"I think I'm going to visit LSU
during the weekend of the
He also added that he is a native
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