He's one of the nation's top 100 players. He's also one of the nation's first players to make a commitment. But now Lake Charles (La.) Barbe running back Justin Vincent says he is going to take a few other visits.
The 6-foot, 205-pound LSU commitment says he's "very solid" on his pledge to the Tigers, but he wants to make sure that he has explored all of his other options.
He was set to visit Texas A&M this weekend but couldn't make it because of a family emergency.
"I'm going to re-schedule it," Vincent said. "I'm going to visit LSU on Nov. 30 and Wisconsin on Dec. 14. I'll try to work A&M in the weekend between that."
Vincent, who rushed for 2,400 yards and 35 scores this season, said he hasn't talked to the Tiger coaches much about taking other visits. But there is one thing, he said he is very solid on his commitment.
"I just got done with an in-home visit with Michael Haywood," Vincent said. "He was really cool. He's a down-to-earth guy. He's really straightforward. He's not telling me what I want to hear, because he's telling me the truth.
"I'm still committed and I feel that LSU is the place for me. I'm just taking in a once-and-a-lifetime experience."