You can call him an athlete, you can call him a safety, just don't call Travis Arnold (5-10, 188, 4.31) slow.
plays both offense and defense and on the offensive side of the ball he rushed
for 750 yards, and on the defensive side he recorded 70 tackles.
Arnold had a
choice as to which position he would play, he said he'd probably like to be a
like to hit people a lot," said Arnold. "On the defensive side of the ball, in
general, you get to hit people. One of the reasons I like LSU is that hey have a
tradition of good defenses and I like to be around people who like to hit
people. It makes me give 110 percent."
has received more than 20 offers but has momentarily reduced his list to
now it's Florida, Florida State, Clemson, Miami and LSU," said Arnold. "The teams I like are LSU and
Florida both a lot but right now Florida and Florida State are probably my
Arnold from LSU
is wide receiver coach D.J. McCarthy and he has talked with him a lot in the
past month or so.
hasn't made it to many camps because of an injury he incurred close to the end
of the season.
just going through some rehab right now," said Arnold. "I don't plan on making it to many
camps because of all the stuff I'm doing right now. Everything is going pretty
good right now though. I've been doing a lot of push ups and I'm going back to
physical therapy the 31st of June."
said he'll probably have a decision after the season, after he takes his
2.5/Waiting for ACT score to come in