"The whole experience was pretty good," said Coulter. "I feel like I got a better look and better feel for what LSU is all about."
said he hasn't set up any dates yet, but that he plans on taking official visits
"All of those schools have a great history and tradition," said Coulter. "They produce good players and put guys in the NFL. The schools carry a lot of clout. When you say those names to people, their eyes get big because they know those are powerful schools and they are big names."
who graduated from Baker H.S. in
"Being able to be close to home will play a part in my decision," he said. "The whole time I lived in Baker, I never went to a game. That was my first time seeing the stadium and really seeing the atmosphere. I really loved the fans and it felt good to be in there on the sidelines."
Coulter said he was also able to spend time with Les Miles.
"Les Miles was there and I got to talk with him," he said. "He's a great coach. I look forward to talking with him in the future."
Coulter said his freshman and sophomore years in high school were what hurt him academically, but that now he knows what it takes to juggle school and athletics.
didn't think I would be able to play football in college, so I never took school
serious," he explained. "Once I got to my junior year and started getting
letters I buckled down, but it was just too late. My first year at
Coulter said that so far this season, he has recorded five sacks and close to 11 solo tackles with countless assists.
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