Prevot names favorites, sets timeline 

June, 14, 2012
Those turning blue in the face with worry over the legitimacy of ESPN 300 defensive end Torrodney Prevot’s excuse for not making it to Texas’ camp need to exhale.

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Scott Fink for ESPN.comThe ability to be an impact contributor early at LSU, could sway Torrodney Prevot's decision.
“Honestly I had to work and I couldn’t take off,” said the No. 234 player in the country from Alief (Texas) Taylor. “Texas is still very high on my list. We didn’t make the camp this past weekend, but my uncle and I are setting something up for us and my mom to go down there.”

The speed-rushing Prevot, who is 6-foot-4 and 215 pounds, expects that visit to happen within the next couple of weeks. It’s going to have to happen sooner than later considering his itch to get a decision made in the near future.
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