The Woodlands' (Texas) Chad Lindsay is blazing a trail through the South and has picked up offers from two SEC schools.
The 6-foot-4, 305-pound offensive lineman will be one of the state of Texas' top recruits in 2010 and programs are taking notice.
Lindsay unofficially visited Texas A&M and Texas this summer, but received his first offer from the BCS National Champion LSU Tigers.
His then ventured up to Alabama where Coach Nick Saban offered the junior-to-be after meeting him in person.
"Both LSU and Alabama are wonderful, wonderful places," father Duff Lindsay said. "We got the tour of both campuses and the head coaches offered. We are really pleased.
"Being offered by the national champs and Coach Saban means a lot," he said after leaving Alabama.
Lindsay is now headed to Knoxville, Athens and Auburn before heading back to the Lone Star State to prepare for his junior season.
The lineman prodigy has been starting at The Woodlands since his sophomore season and earned all-district honors last year. His father, Duff, starred at Mississippi State as an offensive lineman during his college playing days.