Happy Tuesday, LSU fans.
It was an eventful day for LSU football, particularly on the recruiting trail.
Here are three things to know:
- Five members of LSU’s 2016 recruiting class arrived in Baton Rouge, La. over the weekend. That includes the likes of Saivion Smith, Michael Divinity, Devin White, Stephen Sullivan and Dee Anderson. The recruits took to Twitter to exhibit their excitement of officially becoming Tigers.
- Pennsylvania four-star quarterback Anthony Russo de-committed from Rutgers. Russo is one of a handful of committed quarterbacks that LSU is reportedly eyeing to add to its 2016 recruiting class.
- Former LSU running back Jacob Hester advised SEC fans not to root for Alabama in the championship game. His message: The Crimson Tide are their rivals.
Other LSU news from around the Internet
- PerfectGame.org named LSU pitcher Alex Lange and outfielder Jake Fraley to the Preseason College All-American team. Lange, a sophomore, had a 1.97 ERA last season, and Fraley, a junior, batted .307.
- NOLA.com’s Jim Kleinpeter wrote that Will Clapp was named to another freshman All America team. Clapp, a New Orleans native, was a redshirt freshman in 2015 and started every game for LSU.