"Two weeks later I went up to Notre Dame. Their wide receivers coach worked us out individually and that went really good. They said I picqued their interest, so they're going to be looking at me too."
The 6-0, 185 pound rising junior has the ability to play a number of positions at the college level. At Wake Forest, he is likely to fit in as a cornerback.
"Wake Forest liked me more as a corner," he said. "I'm not sure I remember what Notre Dame said, or if they told me anything in that regard. They just liked me, I know that. LSU has told me they like me as a corner.
"Last year I started as a safety then went over to corner. This year I'm going to start at corner and receiver."
Love plans to major in history and said academics will be a major factor in his decision. He has a good connection with someone high up in the football world.
"I was supposed to go down to an LSU camp but I didn't make it. I was actually down there for their Pro Day and talked to Bo Pelini for a little bit. Instead of going back I worked out with the defensive backs coach from the Packers individually, and we sent some of the film from that to them. He has a strong relationship with my family so we've known each other for a while."
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