"My top two are
Toliver, who finished his senior season with 42 catches for 842 yards and six touchdowns, has had offers coming from throughout the country, including places such as Oklahoma, USC and Miami, but says in the end, the two SEC schools were the ones who had what he is looking for.
"As for LSU, they have several receivers leaving this year, so I think I could come in and be a good fit, plus I like the pro style offense they use. I also have a real strong relationship with coach Larry Porter. Plus, LSU is close to home."
Toliver said that coach Porter, along with a handful other LSU coaches including wide receiver coach Todd Monken, offensive coordinator Jimbo Fisher and head coach Les Miles, have made several visits to his house this fall, the most recent of which came sometime last week.
"The LSU coaches have come by a
good bit," Toliver said. "We've talked about how well I would fit in at LSU.
Toliver was in Baton Rouge for his official visit with LSU at the beginning of this month, where one of the things that stood out the most to him was the academic facilities and program set up for student-athletes.
"One thing I'm looking for is a school that will be able to help me when I get there," he said. "LSU has a real good academic set up for the players. I liked that."
His official visit to
"I took my other official visits,
too," He added, "But those don't really matter, it's between LSU and
He said that his parents are also a fan of both of his top programs, and have told him they will be happy will his decision either way.
Initially, Toliver planned to announce his decision at the Army All-Star game, but after talking to his coaches has decided to wait and said he will most likely not make an announcement until signing day.