K’Lavon Chaisson has a chance at winding up in the SEC, but the only two conference representatives to make the 4-star prospect’s list of top 10 schools should face stiff competition from a few other football powerhouses.
On Tuesday night, Chaisson revealed that LSU (No. 2) and Georgia (No. 5) are both highly-regarded by the North Shore High School (Houston) product. But perennial Big 12 contender Oklahoma, the up-and-coming hometown Houston Cougars and coach Jimbo Fisher’s Florida State program have a strong chance at landing the lineman’s commitment, as well.
Rated the No. 5 weakside defensive end in the nation, Chaisson recently attended a Sooners camp and received an April visit from their defensive line coach, Calvin Thibodeaux.
However, LSU has the advantage of being the first school to offer Chaisson, who at the time was a relative unknown in the world of recruiting. He took an unofficial trip to Baton Rouge, La., in late February.
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