Kentucky QB Sportin' Red Raider Offer

Elizabethtown, Kentucky QB <b>Chris Todd</b> is currently sporting offfers from "Texas Tech, N.C. State and North Carolina." We caught up with the 6-3, 185-pounder to grab his thoughts on his recruitment to date.

My top teams, offer-wise, would be Texas Tech (Sonny Dykes), N.C. State (Noel Mazzone) and North Carolina (Gunter Brewer)," Chris Todd said.

Todd on Texas Tech: "They have a great offense down there. They throw the ball around a lot. The coaches seem to be really good guys. It just seems like a really good school to go to."

On N.C. State: "Like Texas Tech, they're going to have a really good offense. And it's a good place to go to play quarterback. I really like all of the coaches down there."

On North Carolina: "They were the first school to offer. Kind of been around a long time, during the whole process with me. At UNC, I have a good chance to go in there and play early. Seems like a good offense and good coaches there, also."

Anyone close to offering that he might also be interested in?

"Here lately," Todd said, "I've been talking to Oklahoma quite a bit. I've been talking to Coach (Kevin) Sumlin. They called my coach and they called me in September. Right now, they're kind of waiting to see how I do this season. They said they want to come to one of my games and watch me. They said they have two quarterbacks on their board and that I am one of them."

If the Sooners offered, would they move to the top of his list?

"If they offered, I think Oklahoma would definitely be up there at the top with some others."

Any official visits scheduled?

"Right now, I have one scheduled at N.C. State when they play Miami. I'm trying to set one up to Texas Tech too."

Last year, Todd threw for 4, 595 yards and 50 TDs, against 11 INTs, on his way to leading his team to a state championship on the 2A level. In the state of Kentucky, 4A is the highest classification.

High School Notes: Having already played in three games this season, the two-star signal caller has, roughly, 900 yards passing and 7 TDs.

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