LSU is out to address the quarterback situation, and that includes both the Class of 2016 and beyond.
LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has had multiple meetings with Lowell Narcisse, the nation’s No. 4 dual-threat quarterback in the Class of 2017, according to 247Sports’ Shea Dixon.
Pair that with the fact that Narcisse went to LSU’s campus Thursday to meet with Cameron and some other Tigers coaches, sources told Dixon.
Narcisse, a four-star prospect out of St. James High School (La.), de-committed from Auburn last month and reopened his recruitment, indicating that he may have made his decision prematurely.
Last July, on his 17th birthday, the 6-foot-3, 200-pound quarterback selected Auburn over LSU and Clemson.
Even after Narcisse made the pledge, Cameron maintained a strong relationship with the quarterback, making multiple visits to the school to check on him after he tore his ACL in St. James’ spring game.
That coincided with Narcisse making multiple trips to LSU throughout the fall for unofficial visits.
Narcisse is considered a top priority is LSU’s 2017 recruiting class, particularly as the Tigers continue to implement more spread principles into their offense.
That process began earlier this month when LSU secured three-star dual-threat quarterback Lindsey Scott in its 2016 class.
Narcisse is expected to attend LSU’s annual “Boys From The Boot” event on Saturday, though it remains unclear whether the quarterback will participate.
Narcisse the two months removed from re-injuring his right knee, the same knee that he sustained a torn ACL in last May. The quarterback played for St. James in the postseason, leading the team to the Class 3A state championship game before eventually leaving in the fourth quarter in crutches.
LSU is certainly making its push for Narcisse, and all signs point to a mutual interest between the hometown Tigers and the highly touted quarterback.