"So far, I've gotten an offer from
Baylor," said Bolden. "I've also been getting a bunch of letters for lots of
different schools, but I haven't really talked to any other coaches yet. The
schools I am hearing from the most and that I'm most interested in are LSU,
Bolden, who is also a sprinter on
"I wanted to get to the LSU game, but I have a baseball game and a track meet that day," he said. "I'd still go if I get the chance, but I doubt I'll be able to make it there."
Though he likely will not get to visit LSU this weekend, Bolden is no stranger to the program, as he has experienced Tiger football several times over the years.
"This past season, I went to two of the LSU football games," he said, "And, I've gone to their camp the past two years. I've never really had a chance to talk to coach Miles one on one, but I have spoken some with coach Porter. He was the running back coach at the LSU camp."
Aside from LSU, Bolden said his other favorites make the list for a variety of reasons.
When is comes down to making a decision of where he will play college ball, Bolden said he is not looking for any particular type of offense, but for somewhere he can compete to get a good amount of playing time.
"I just want to go somewhere that I'll get a chance to play," he said. "I don't care about staying close to home really, as long as I get to play."
This summer, Bolden plans to attend several camps and will be working on improving is speed before fall practices start.
"I know I'm going to go back to
the LSU camp," he told Tiger Rag. "I might also go to the
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