Entering the final stages of his recruitment, BC Rain outside linebacker/defensive end Devaunte Sigler took another step in the process last weekend. Having already visited Auburn officially, the 6-foot-4 and 250-pound Sigler took a trip to Mississippi State over the weekend.
“It was good and I had a really good time,” said Sigler. “I wasn’t really focused on their football program because I already like their football program. I wanted to see more of their environment and they have a great environment.”
Sigler, who will officially visit LSU this coming weekend, also had good conversations with the MSU coaching staff, he added.
“Those were some good talks,” noted Sigler. “And their coaches can talk to you on a football level and also talk to you on a friends level. I appreciated that and it showed me they care more about you than just the football aspect of things. I had a great talk with Coach (Chris) Wilson and honestly, I like their whole staff.”
With National Signing Day approaching, Sigler said he will conclude his visits following his trip to LSU. Once that occurs, Sigler said he plans to announce his college intentions on signing day.
“I am just going to take my time,” said Sigler. “It is still between Auburn, Mississippi State and LSU and all of them are even. I don’t want to make my decision until signing day. I am just going to sit down and get away from everybody. I am just going to look at which program made me feel at home the most.”