QB Staver thinking over his options 

May, 31, 2012
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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