Louisiana OL hoping to pick up offers

Lafayette (La.) Carenco offensive lineman Bradley Guillory has had a slow start to the recruiting process. However, with several Division I prospects on his team, college recruiters will be in attendance for many of his games, which will give him an opportunity to raise his stock.
“Right now I still do not have any offers,” Guillory said. “I’m getting letters from schools like Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Tennessee, Indiana and South Carolina. I would say that I have probably been hearing the most from Oklahoma State.”
The 6-foot-2.5, 288-pound Guillory attended the NIKE camp in Baton Rouge where he ran the 40-yard dash in 5.43 seconds and the shuttle in 5.04 seconds.
“Right now my top schools are probably Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, LSU, Ole Miss and Auburn,” Guillory said. “I don’t really want to play close to home, but I would still look hard at LSU. They have too much talent though, you would not get to play until you’re a senior there.”
So far the only camps that Guillory has attended were the NIKE camp and a one day camp at LSU. He will make a return trip this weekend to camp at LSU for a second time this summer.
“I would really like to have the opportunity to see the field as a sophomore,” Guillory said. “I don’t mind taking a red-shirt year, but after that I want to play. I also want a school that can offer you help in the classroom when you need it.”
Guillory, who projects as a guard or center at the next level, also did 13 reps on the bench press and had a 23-inch vertical jump at the Baton Rouge NIKE camp on May 2.