Terrace Marshall Jr. will be returning to LSU for another unofficial visit.
Marshall is a top-10 prospect in the 2018 recruiting class and the No. 1 wide receiver in the country. He’s also the top prospect in Louisiana. He will be making a second visit to Baton Rouge in as many months. The 5-star talent will again be joined by his entire family on the trip.
LSU is one of Marshall’s four finalists, along with Texas, Texas A&M and Miami. TCU is believed to also be in the mix, though the 6-foot-3, 195-pound wideout maintains that the Horned Frogs were purposely excluded from his final four despite the coaching staff’s attempt to remain in communication.
Marshall visited LSU in June right before he unveiled his four finalists. He also made a stop to Texas A&M, potentially the Tigers’ biggest threat to poaching Marshall out of Louisiana.
Marshall is LSU’s top offensive priority in the 2018 recruiting class. He is gearing up to take a step back from his recruitment and focus on his senior season at Parkway (La.) High School. He is scheduled to announce his decision on Dec. 22 before signing his letter of intent during the early period and enrolling early in college.
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