Since then the rising junior, who is being recruited by most schools as a cornerback, he plays quarterback and receiver on offense, has picked up an additional twenty or so scholarship offers from some the most historic programs in the country. And who can blame them. When you get a chance to watch him in person, you see a long, tall, athletic cornerback who is smooth and fluid in his movements and has outstanding feet. He is very good at closing on the ball and can plant his foot and change directions extremely well.
The list of schools now looking to try to get the Tiger's claws off Toliver include Alabama, Auburn, Duke, East Carolina, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Maryland, Miami, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina State, Penn State, West Virginia and Wisconsin to name a few.
The 6-foot-2 and 185-pound athlete's hot spring continued this week as he received an invitation to play in the United States Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio in 2015. While he has an impressive list of new suitors his commitment to LSU is firm according to Trinity Christian assistant coach Jerrod Ross. The youngster does have ties to Louisiana as both his parents are from there and he has family there. It will be interesting to watch and see if LSU does indeed have the kind of ties that bind over the next year and a half.
Look for more updates on Kevin Toliver as spring turns into another hot Florida summer.