"Last Monday was our first day of
two-a-day practices and my wrist felt better than ever," said
The big, athletic signal caller has received just one offer (Ole Miss) so far and he feels it is all due to his injury.
"I went to a few camps over the
summer and I spoke to coaches from just about every school in the SEC as well as
Georgia Tech and all of the coaches told me the same thing,"
"It doesn't bother me any though. Look at last season. I played in only six games and I am still considered as one of the best quarterbacks in the state. I feel like I work harder than any other quarterback that's out there and after having to deal with that injury, I feel like I've been through a lot more as well. I have a lot of heart."
To show coaches that he is fully
recovered from the injury,
LSU--"I had a lot of fun there and the coaches showed me some interest as well. I spoke to coach [Larry] Porter and coach [Gary] Crowton. They said they liked me a lot, but they wanted to see me play in a few games before they would offer me a scholarship. I like LSU because I know most of the players on the team and I feel like if I went there it would be like a family type atmosphere."
Now that he has been to a few
camps and summer is just about over, does
"I like all of the schools in the
SEC as well as Georgia Tech,"
"I'm paying attention to the depth charts and the style of offense teams run," he explained. "I want to play for a team that is pretty balanced and not so much run oriented."
When will he pull the trigger on a decision?
"I am waiting until
signing day to decide,"