Last season for
"Right now LSU,
Ray said he hasn't had a chance to really get to know many of the coaches recruiting him but he feels like he is already starting to establish a good relationship with Lane.
"I like him; he's real cool," said
Ray. "He came and watched me play one game and we've communicated well with each
other. I feel real comfortable around him, which is a good thing. The only other
coach I really feel that way with is the one from
At first glance, Ray said there are some things that stand out about LSU.
"I like the fact that their program is just outstanding every year," he said. "The receiving corps is always a top class and I'm just very anxious to see what it's going to be like down there. I know they have a good quarterback with more quarterbacks coming in. I love to watch them make the big play. I really just like their offense."
Other than that, Ray's conversations with Lane and Henson have made him feel at ease with LSU.
"I don't know the rest of the guys, but hopefully they are like coach Lane and coach Henson are," said Ray. "They are just down to earth and fun to talk to. They really make it seem like a place to be."
Ray said he talked to Henson a few days ago, and that he invited him to the spring game. He was also invited to junior day but he will not be attending because of a conflicting baseball schedule and some academic work he wants to get done.
The standout receiver recently
switched schools from
"I started out sluggish my
freshman and sophomore year at
Note** Ray took both the ACT and SAT and said he scored in the high 800's on the SAT. He said he hopes to attend the camps this summer and the ones he is most likely to visit will be LSU, Alabama, Florida and Georgia if he is able to find time to make the trip.