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Brazil Plans to Stay the Course
Jeryl Brazil profile "I felt like LSU was where I wanted to be," said Brazil. "It's my home. It's the big school in my state. "LSU is the big school down here and I felt like that was the best place for me. "Down here it's everybody's dream to play for LSU." Tiger fans got a little concerned when it appeared that Brazil was softening his earlier commitment. The talented corner reports that his bout of cold feet is completely over. "I just wanted to open the process up some, but I knew I was still going to go to LSU," said Brazil. "I wanted to see what else was out there and see what other schools had to offer. "I was always planning on being a Tiger." With his college destination set for Baton Rouge, the Loranger standout is working to help the staff at LSU put together a solid in state class. "I have all of the numbers for all of the guys that have offers and I have been talking to them," said Brazil. "I am trying to get a bond with them. "I am trying to let them know where home is." Coaches Ron Cooper and Frank Wilson are the key recruiters in Brazil's recruitment and he reports that he has a great relationship with both LSU assistants. With his senior season still to come, Brazil is working hard to improve himself as a player in hopes of making an immediate impact on the LSU secondary. "I am looking at cornerback," said Brazil. "I am going to play corner and help on special teams. "I like being able to use my speed. I have good recovery speed and I feel like I am good at playing my position. "I just feel like that's what suits me."
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