QB Staver thinking over his options 

May, 31, 2012
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Max Staver's recruitment continues to be eventful.

The quarterback from Brentwood (Tenn.) Academy has seen colleges by come this spring. Two of his favorite schools -- Alabama and LSU -- recently had quarterbacks commit. That makes Staver's decision that much more difficult. Is he willing to be the second quarterback in a class at an elite school, or would he rather be the sole quarterback in a class for a less lofty football program?

“If they're going to take two quarterbacks, I'm not afraid to go against anybody, but I'd like to be the No. 1 quarterback in the class taken. [But] if all else fails, I'll do it,” Staver said.

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