Chris Todd's Father Goes On Record

Elizabethtown, Kentucky QB <b>Chris Todd</b> is weighing all of his options which include a final three consisting of Oklahoma, Ole Miss and Texas Tech. With Signing Day rapidly approaching, where is he going to go, and when is he going to decide his college future? We caught up with his father/high school offensive coordinator <b>Brad Todd</b> for a quick update…

Chris Todd's father Brad Todd was nice enough to go on record with as he took the time to update us on his son's whirlwind recruitment, that has seen offers coming from some of the top programs in college football (N.C. State, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, the new Steve Spurrier-led South Carolina Gamecocks and Texas Tech, to name a few…)

"We really haven't a set a deadline," Brad Todd told "Whenever Todd feels very comfortable with his decision is when he will decide, whether that's tomorrow or Wednesday."

With it being this close to Signing Day, the 3-star passer from Kentucky should probably use as much time needed, especially with the chore of picking just one program when has three excellent schools currently vying for his signature.

"I think there's pros and cons with all of them," Mr. Todd said. "The situations are different with all three. It's a tough choice, but he's got some really great options (Ole Miss, Oklahoma, Texas Tech).

Thoughts on the Rebels and their selling points?

"The facilities, the campus, visit, the staff and is relationship with Coach Noel Mazzone who was recruiting him when he was at N.C. State are all plusses.

Thoughts on the Sooners?

"Tradition, playing for championships and they have a lot of talent there. And, they have great, great coaching staff."

Thoughts on the Red Raiders?

"Chris loves throwin' the ball. And that's what we've done here in Elizabeth. The offense we run is the same type of offense Kentucky ran when Mike Leach was there. So it's an offense he could ease into and wouldn't be as tough for him since he already has a picture of what 5 wide receivers runnin' some of the same routes looks like."

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