LSU is now QBU aka “Quarterback University”. 2022 4-star Walker Howard, the No. 3 QB out of Lafayette, Louisiana, gave Ed Orgeron goosebumps when he committed to the Tigers on Friday. Carter Bryant, host of College Football Now, has the latest LSU recruiting rumors and news involving Walker Howard and two other QBs: Caleb Williams and Arch Manning. Williams’ set his commitment date for July 4th, will he choose Ed Orgeron and Co.? And looking ahead to 2023, could Payton Manning’s nephew be headed to Baton Rouge? Bryant breaks it all down IN THE VIDEO ABOVE AND BELOW.
LSU Football might not be done at quarterback for 2021. The No. 1 dual-threat prospect Caleb Williams has announced his decision date will be July 4th. While Oklahoma seems to hold a heavy lead, he still lists LSU as a finalist alongside Maryland. Another big commitment date will be June 24th, where 4-star offensive tackle Garrett Dellinger is expected to commit to LSU. The Tigers currently have zero offensive line commitments in the 2021 class.
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Coach Orgeron received a bit of bad news when safety Dakota Mitchell announced he is decommitted from LSU, but Chat Sports analyst Carter Bryant says it is probably not as terrible as you think. We’ll take a look at LSU’s future at the safety position.
Korey Foreman is 2021’s No. 1 prospect and wants to visit Baton Rouge as many times as possible before he makes his decision. Foreman, who is based in California, says the two schools in the south that are recruiting the hardest are Georgia and LSU. He has expressed desire to play alongside LSU commit Raesjon Davis and Louisiana 5-star prospect Maason Smith. Predict in the comments: Where will Foreman commit?Back to the LSU Tigers Newsfeed
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