With his senior season rapidly approaching, three-star linebacker Lloyd Grogan from Central Catholic in Morgan City, La., has started to narrow down his lengthy offer list.
The 6-foot-1, 206-pound Grogan is wanting to make a decision soon and is working on have his choice made early in his high school season.
Grogan has been a hot name in recruiting lately with offers coming from all over the country. Grogan has looked at every school with equal excitement but is ready to narrow that list down.
"I have offers from Mississippi State, Pittsburgh, Baylor, Tennessee Georgia Tech, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana Lafayette, Memphis, Southern Miss, Texas A&M, Tulane and Vanderbilt," Grogan said. "I have decided that my final four will be MSU, Pittsburgh, Baylor, and Tennessee."
One of the schools in Grogan's final four has started to pull away from the pack. Grogan has also set a time frame for when he will decide.
"Right now, Mississippi State is really sticking out to me," Grogan said. "They are my number one. I really like Coach (Greg) Knox. He is my recruiting coach and I hear from him all the time. He tells me where I stand with them and what I need to know about recruiting. They for sure are my main interest right now."
So with Grogan narrowing his list down, just when does he feel like he is going to make a decision?
"I think I will make a decision after my fourth or fifth game," Grogan said. "I plan on coming up to Mississippi State for a game early in the season. If everything goes well, I will make a decision then. I will have my decision made early so I can concentrate on my school work."