Two scholarship offers are now in hand for Rivals100 wide receiver Chris Tolliver.
Tolliver says that he received his first official offer from LSU at their junior day and the second one was again from the SEC just this week. The 6-foot-1, 180-pound speedster says that he's trying to keep his options open and all schools even. At the same time, he's not planning on waiting a long time to make a decision.
"Georgia just offered me," Tolliver said about his second scholarship offer. "That was just yesterday. I've looked into it, but I haven't talked to my parents about any of the schools yet. We're supposed to talk about it on Friday or Saturday to kind look at all of my options."
Tolliver's only unofficial trip so far was to LSU for their junior day where he received the first offer from the Tigers.
At that time, he got a chance to look around at the campus and talk with coach Les Miles. Tolliver mentioned that there wasn't any pressure to commit right then and there. The coaches just talked to him about his playmaking ability and his highlight tape.
As for who may offer next, Tolliver says that Tennessee, Alabama, and Florida could be close judging by the amount of mail that's being sent. The Gators' offense has him thinking about a visit to Gainesville.
"I'm looking for a team with a shotgun offense," Tolliver said. "I just like to spread the field out. I've liked Florida for a while. I just like how they spread the field out with their receivers. We run a similar playbook here (at Rayville). I would like to take a visit there.
"Right now everybody is equal."
Tolliver says that location won't be a big factor, but he would like to stay in the SEC. He also mentioned that he wants to have a decision before his senior year begins.
"My coach told me that it would be good to commit before the season started," Tolliver said. "That way people won't be asking me about recruiting all the time. Like I said though, I've got to sit down and talk with my parents and all that. I'd say a decision would come more like in the summer time."
Tolliver had more than 1,500 yards receiving and 26 touchdowns as a junior for Rayville.