Elite four-star offensive tackle Jedrick Wills from Lexington, KY unveiled his top schools on Twitter Tuesday and included LSU along with nine other premier college programs.

His top schools are Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, LSU, Alabama, Michigan State, Michigan, Ohio State and Notre Dame.


The 6-5, 318-pound prospect from Lafayette High School is rated the No. 5 offensive tackle in the country and the No. 1 overall player from Kentucky for the class of 2017, according to ESPN.

For more info on Wills, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.

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Recruiting is starting to become nauseating to me. I'm all for these recruits getting their "time" to announce for the hard work they put in, but anything outside a top 3-5 doesn't need to be announced, IMO. And we definitely do not need year round list of top 15s and top 10s just so they can be retweeted for attention. NOW GET OFF MY LAWN!!! :)
Reply60 months
That could be anybody, can't see anything through that facemask.
Reply60 months
Lafayette is in Louisiana
Reply60 months
I am still waiting for someone to say they are going to announce their list of the top 128 teams they are considering. I agree with luismig, let me know when it is the top 3 or 2 schools.
Reply60 months
I can't believe there are grown arse men following this shite 24/7/365. Include me in that too, wtf am I doing with my life
Reply60 months
So is this done to get free travel to 10 places?
Reply60 months
Is that Shirley Hemphill?
Reply60 months
Somebody please stop these "top 10" lists, nobody cares, inform us when its down to top two
Reply60 months
1 of these guys should announce a top 25...
60 months
+1 for not using toonces
Reply60 months
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