Toliver Has Alabama On His Mind

Todd Monken has his eye on Toliver

This season, Terrance Toliver (6-5, 190, 4.5) will witness some great college football games. He has plans to take his official visit to USC during the Notre Dame game, and is talking with LSU receivers coach Todd Monken about making his official visit to LSU.

This season, Terrance Toliver (6-5, 190, 4.5) will witness some great college football games. He has plans to take his official visit to USC during the Notre Dame game, and is talking with LSU receivers coach Todd Monken about making his official visit to LSU.

 

"I'm trying to set something up right now," said Toliver. "I'd like to get down to see the Alabama game. I know that's a big rivalry and when I was at LSU this summer I talked with some of the guys. They said that that game would be an awesome to go to."

 

Toliver took his official visit to Oklahoma two weeks ago and compared it to his experience at LSU.

 

"It was about the same," said the five-star receiver. "We did pretty much the same stuff. They showed me all around campus and showed me the academic center."

 

Toliver said he watched this weekend's game against Auburn and said the outcome did not change his opinion of LSU.

 

"It doesnn't matter," said Toliver. "I still like LSU. I really only watched those last couple of seconds. You can't win every game, though."

 

Scout.com's No. 3 rated wide out said he likes what he has seen so far this season from the LSU offense.".

 

"I prefer the spread offense, but at LSU they find a way to get the receiver the ball," said Toliver. "As long as I get my catches and can help the team win, I know I'll fit into the offense."

 

So far, this season has gone well for Toliver. He said he doesn't know any of his stats yet, but his team is 2-1, its first loss coming last week when had to sit out with a staff infection on his elbow.

 

"It wasn't a big deal," said Toliver. "If it hadn't been a state rule that I couldn't play, I would have played last night. I'd play injured."

 

Note**Toliver said his grades are doing well this season, all A's and B's. He just signed up to take the ACT on Oct. 14 and reports a 600 on the SAT.

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