With LSU’s spring game on the horizon, it’s hard to count any other practice session as important in terms of recruiting.
Tuesday’s practice should certainly rival that, though.
Three of the nation’s elite defensive prospects, including the No. 2 overall prospect and the No. 4 safety, are expected to visit LSU as the team resumes practicing following spring break.
Four-star safety Todd Harris and LSU commit Patrick Queen have plans to take in the practice, SEC Country has learned.
They will be joining five-star outside linebacker Dylan Moses, who has long planned to visit the Baton Rouge, La., campus during the IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.) spring break.
Harris, who’s favored LSU since attending Junior Day in late February, is also on spring break this week. The Plaquemine (La.) safety is the state’s No. 2 prospect and is being courted by a host of other SEC powers, including Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Arkansas, UGA and Tennessee.
Harris will join Queen, a four-star athlete who pledged to the in-state Tigers during his visit last month. A 6-foot-1, 205-pound athlete, Queen is projected to play linebacker at the collegiate level, but also boasts experience in the secondary.
Moses’ return to LSU comes after he transferred away from University Lab School (Baton Rouge, La.), which sits on the foot of the Tigers’ campus. Moses, the nation’s No. 1 outside backer, will make his homecoming one day after a scheduled visit to Alabama.
All rankings are from the 247Sports Composite.