Offers and camp plans

Luke Charpentier holds two SEC offers

John Curtis offensive tackle Luke Charpentier has seen his recruitment pick up a head of steam after the Patriots worked through their spring camp. Where does that leave the 6-foot-4, 300-pound prospect in regards to the in-state Tigers?

For much of his recruitment, Luke Charpentier had not been hearing from Southeastern Conference college coaches as heavily as he would have liked.

As the spring turns to summer, however, the junior prospect is seeing things fall in place.

 

“I got a new offer from Arkansas,” he said. “It is big because it is my first SEC offer. I was really excited and I am anxious to learn more.

 

“With the letters and different mail that I have seen coming lately, I think that more offers might be on the way,” he added. “Southern Miss called last night and told me they were setting things up, so they will be next to offer.”

 

What schools have been by to see Charpentier over the past few weeks?

 

“I have seen tons of coaches, from LSU to Alabama,” he said. “LSU came by last Thursday, and I got an eye on them when I was in the hall during class. They were going to talk to coach J.T. [Curtis] about things but I have not heard feedback on how that meeting went.

 

“If I were to guess, I think that things went really well for me this spring and that the different staffs liked what they saw,” he added. “I have been getting a lot of new stuff from Stanford, Southern Miss, Virginia and Alabama lately, so they might have taken away some good things from what they saw.”

 

As for summer, Charpentier said that he expects offers to be riding on his camp performances.

 

“I am definitely ready to get out there and show everyone what I can do,” he said. “I am going to come over to Baton Rouge in July. I am going to Alabama on June 7, and I am also going to do a one-day camp at Mississippi State. Outside of that, I am not sure what other schools I will get to see.”

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