Tolliver (6-1, 185, 4.4) is coming off a sensational junior campaign where he led the state in receiving with 76 catches for 1,521 yards and 17 touchdowns. Those numbers were good enough to earn first team all-state honors and to put him on the radar of some of the country's top programs.
What stands out with each of the schools that have offered?
LSU—"I like the atmosphere and just really like everything. The coaches are great and then I got to meet some of the players and they were cool. Coach (D.J.) McCarthy is always text messaging me and I'm pretty close to him."
Rayville will hit the practice field this spring in a little more than three weeks and there will be plenty of coaches stopping by to watch Tolliver and his quarterback Justin Higgins in action.
"All of the ones (schools) that have offered have said they are going to come by when we start practicing and so has Mississippi State and Ole Miss," he said. "There are some others too but I can't remember all of them."
As for the recruiting process, Tolliver said that he is not spending too much time worrying with it right now because he has bigger fish to fry.
"Right now, my coach, my family and all of my friends tell me to just go on and get this school year behind me first and then start thinking about all of that," he said.