Green Oaks High School star cornerback Tre'Davious White will soon be "Callin' Baton Rouge" after signing with the LSU Tigers on National Signing Day. We interviewed Tre'Davious and asked about his impressive high school career, what he looks forward to in Baton Rouge and who his favorite football player is.

Chris Dee

Throughout his career playing for the Green Oaks Giants North Shreveport, Tre'Davious White has given Giants' fans a show and plenty to cheer about throughout the years.

As one chapter of his life closes in May, another chapter began yesterday afternoon as Tre'Davious signed on the dotted line to become the newest Tiger in Death Valley.

The Green Oaks star impressed many throughout the country scoring 11 touchdowns, 593 passing yards, and over 340 rushing yards. Due to the stellar totals, he was handpicked to play in the U.S. All-American Bowl in January, where he shined once again.

Tre'Davious spoke on his experience playing in the U.S. All-American Game, telling 1130 The Tiger, "It was a good experience! I got a chance to meet a lot of guys from across the country, and I just made a lot of friendships that are going to be lifelong."

Tre'Davious even caught the eye of LSU Tigers coach Les Miles, who envisioned him playing under the lights in Death Valley rocking purple and gold. But if there is one man who will miss Tre'Davious, it's his current coach Spencer Heard.

"It's been a joy! You know, he's a great athlete, role model for everybody at the school, excellent student," said Heard. "It's been easy to coach [Tre'Davious] because he picks up stuff so quickly [and], his ability to take what you ask him to do and translate it to the action on the field. That's kind of a coach's dream. I know it will bode well for him at the next level."

Listen to our full interview with Tre'Davious White below