Rivals100 defensive end Marcus Tillman says that he is firm in his commitment to LSU, but he is hearing regularly from other coaches and will make an unofficial visit to another school.
"I'm still looking around," he said. "It's about 95 percent solid (to LSU), though."
The Meadville (Miss.) Franklin County standout committed to LSU on May 14. When asked if he hears from the Tigers' coaching staff regularly, he replied "I hear from them every now and then."
Tillman, the nation's top-ranked defensive end prospect and No. 32 overall prospect, says he hears regularly from coaches at Ole Miss, Alabama and Alcorn State. The 6-foot-4, 250-pounder plans to make an unofficial visit to Oxford on Nov. 19 for the Rebels' home game against the Tigers.
"I want to see how both teams play," he said
Rebels recruiting coordinator Matt Luke is recruiting Tillman for Ole Miss. Josh Henson, LSU's recruiting coordinator is recruiting for the Tigers.
Tillman visited Baton Rouge unofficially for the LSU's 20-17 overtime victory against Auburn on Oct. 22.
"It was my first college football game," he said. "It was very exciting."
Franklin County High is currently in the midst of a five-game winning streak after starting the season 1-3.