SEC For Woodall?

SEC For Woodall?

Alex Woodall enters his senior season as one of the top signal callers in his home state of Mississippi. With a trio of offers to his credit, Woodall is still looking to add to his offer sheet. The Tigers of McComb High are making their final preparations for the 2013 season and Woodall is optimistic about his squad's potential.

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"We're playing down at Gulfport this Friday in the jamboree," said Woodall. "We're supposed to only play two quarters.

"Next week we play Warren Central up there for the season opener."

Woodall had a solid summer and he has carried that momentum into fall camp.

"I feel like I have been doing pretty good," said Woodall. "I am ready for the season to start.

"We have been working hard and I feel like the team is pretty much like we were last year.

"I like how we look and I feel like we can have a good season."

Woodall is banking his college future on a strong senior campaign.

"I am just to worry about the season for now and then just letting recruiting play it's own role later on," said Woodall. "I am probably going to just wait and decide after the season, but I am not sure."

Grambling State, Louisiana Tech and Mississippi State have all offered scholarships and more schools are showing some serious interest.

"Ole Miss has talked with me about playing another position," said Woodall. "They told me that they aren't looking for another quarterback in this class, but they would be interested in talking to me about another position.

"They asked me what else I might want to play and I told them that I don't really know because I haven't really played anything, but quarterback.

"LSU has talked with me and they aren't sure if they are going to take one or two quarterbacks in this class yet."

Mississippi State was the most recent school to extend a scholarship to the south Mississippi standout.

The Bulldogs have talked with Woodall about coming in as an athlete rather than projecting a position right away.

"Mississippi State offered me, but I haven't heard from them as much since we all started practice," said Woodall. "I get some messages from them on facebook, but I haven't been talking to them as much.

"They have talked to me about playing other positions, but they said you never know what is going to happen with quarterback."

Woodall reports that he is leaving his options open for now and that he plans to assess his standing after the season.

"I am just trying to focus on the season right now and on my team," said Woodall. "I want to have a good senior season and then I'll see what happens." Recommended Stories

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