Adrian Ealy’s school is located footsteps away from the LSU campus.
On Thursday, the four-star offensive tackle and highly-touted SEC target decided to take advantage as he attended LSU’s spring practice session.
The 6-foot-7, 280-pound Baton Rouge, La., native is rated as the nation’s No. 26 tackle.
This marks the second visit in a month’s span for Ealy, who also attended LSU’s “Boys From The Boot” junior event.
Ealy was joined by Plaquemine (La.) running back Kevin Dominique, among others, at the practice session.
Earlier in the week, Louisiana’s No. 3 prospect, wide receiver Devonta Smith, and No. 10 prospect, Bryan Jones, took in the Tigers’ practice. Over the weekend, LSU received visits from four-star outside linebacker Christopher Allen, three-star cornerback Cheyenne Labruzza and Texas four-star running back Toneil Carter.