Last year while playing for El Camino Junior College as a freshman, Surrency had 23 catches for 432 yards and three touchdowns. This season Surrency is the man his opponents' defenders circle.
"This season is not going too good for me individually anyway," Surrency said. "My team is 3-1, but the defenses I am going up against are double and triple teaming me so it is hard for my quarterback to get me the ball.
"I didn't play in last week's game because I received 2 personal fouls in the game prior to that one," Surrency added. "The first flag was thrown for me and another guy talking too much to each other and the second was thrown for something else. Other than that I am doing alright in school. I am just trying to maintain the grades to get out of here."
Surrency says he has narrowed his leaders down to two schools and after he visits each of them he will have his mind made up.
"My top two schools are LSU and
"I talk to coach McCarthy from LSU pretty often," Surrency continued. "He usually tells me that I'd have a good chance to play at LSU and then we just talk about other receiver stuff. He also calls my mom sometimes and speaks with her about me."
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Surrency said he knows it will require a lot of work if he would select LSU.
"I know if I would go to LSU I would have to come in focused and ready to work," said Surrency. "The SEC is no joke and I would probably have to get bigger to take the pounding that comes along with playing in the SEC. I am willing to do whatever it takes though."