Latoris Ayers has a simple answer when asked which school he'd most love to play college football for.
"I want to go to Jackson State in Jackson, Mississippi," the South Paulding High defensive end told GAVSV.comWednesday night.
The 6-foot-1 and 240-pound pass-rusher points to his family connection with the program.
"My granddad put a lot of money into the school," Ayers explained. "And my grandma took me over there and I loved it. I have a lot of family that went there and I want to be the next one to go."
For now, Ayers is working out and getting ready for his senior season.
He hasn't yet made any plans for the summer but knows that he will go to camp somewhere.
"My coach is lining up some camps for me," Ayers said.
So, what does Ayers want college coaches to know about him on the football field?
Latoris Ayers Likes Jackson State
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