Metairie (La.) Rummel 2016 cornerback Kristian Fulton has picked up offers from the likes of Florida, LSU, and Texas A&M, and on Friday he was in Baton Rouge at LSU's football camp.
The 6-foot, 165-pound defensive back was unable to participate as he recovers from a shoulder injury, but he enjoyed his time on LSU's campus.
"It was fun, more than I expected," Fulton said. "I got to see all the other top athletes compete. I wish I was out there competing with them but it was fun."
He looked on as Xavier Lewis, Jamal Peters, DeShawn Raymond, and Donte Jackson went through drills, and he was able to learn plenty from coach Corey Raymond.
The trip to Baton Rouge finished off a summer tour of college campuses which included several top college football programs.
"Texas A&M, Alabama, Florida State, UCF, and we just drove around Florida's campus," Fulton said.
He enjoyed each and every stop, and at this point in the process he is keeping his options open. However, there are a few college coaches he has begun to establish strong relationships.
"Coach Frank (Wilson) and coach Joseph from Texas A&M, and the coach from UCF," Fulton said. "I have great relationships with other coaches but they've been coming at me.
"I've known Frank since before he started recruiting me so we've had a relationship. My high school coaches have told me about coach Joseph, and how he's a good person and how he treats his players. And I'm just starting to get in contact with the coach at UCF so he's starting to build a relationship with me."
Fulton is not in a hurry to make a decision, but he does have an idea about what he is looking for in a future college destination.
"First is the education. I have to get that first," Fulton said. "The fanbase, coaches that will prepare me, a school that wants me and shows a lot of love, and possibly starting my freshman year."
This fall he plans to attend the Alabama-LSU game and is looking at a few more options for possible unofficial visits.