It was the top-ranked LSU squad that was the first to offer Houston (TX) Alief Taylor defensive end Torrodney Prevot. But in the end, the Tigers along with a number of other annual Top 25 programs did not make the final cut.
For Prevot, it was Oklahoma State, Texas A&M and USC that were the schools he was choosing from. Who got the call?
"I've chosen USC," Prevot said via message.
Sunday, July 29, 2012 was the day that the 6-foot4, 207-pound Prevot, but he said that he will want to do something more ceremonial in the coming weeks.
Of course the more important deal is that Prevot has indeed made the call and now it's all about what is going on at Taylor. What did he see in the Trojan program that made him commit?
"The school was a perfect fit. I just could not see myself anywhere else. Overall, it was the best place for my future," Prevot said.
Prevot stated that he has already seen the campus and got a good feel for the coaches. Naturally, he stated that the coaches will keep him at defensive end, where he will keep his hand on the ground.
"The coaches are putting me in a position to succeed. That is why I want to be there," Prevot said. "I felt like there is no better time than this to commit."
The No. 8, four-star FOX Sports NEXT defensive end Prevot was solid during his junior season with about 50 tackles, 13 sacks, two forced fumbles and two blocked punts.
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