"I haven't narrowed anything down,
but I've been looking at
Edwards said that LSU also the program he has been in contact with the most, talking to Tiger coaches several times during the week.
"I talk to [tight end] coach [Josh]
Henson all the time," he said. "I was actually talking to him for a while last
night. I got the chance to talk to coach Miles last Monday, too. He's been
texting me a lot. Other than LSU, I talk a lot with
Edwards, whose older brother played for the Tigers a few years ago, was on hand for LSU's junior day, though he said he has been familiar with the campus and program for years.
"They have a real good atmosphere down there," he said of his leader. "I've been there a bunch of times, but I did get a chance to check out all the facilities and the academic building and stuff close up."
In addition to the trip to
"One thing I liked about
Early playing time is something that the tight end said is one thing he wants to look for, but says that it is also something you have to work to get.
"I want to work hard and try to get some playing time," he said. "If I went to LSU, I'd go out there and work as hard as I could, like Richard Dixon did, to get some playing time. I think I could do well there. I wouldn't mind staying close to home, but I'll go wherever."
Besides LSU and
His summer plans are still up in the air as well, as he is still trying to figure out what he will be able to fit into his schedule.
"I might go to LSU's camp," he
Edwards will look to be a key contributor for Ouachita in 2007, when he coach said he wants to get the tight end a minimum of 40 catches.
As a junior, he finished the year with 24 catches for 350 yards and 4 touchdowns.