Grant Gunnell will make his way to back to LSU in a matter of weeks.
Gunnell, the nation’s No. 3-ranked pro-style quarterback in the Class of 2019, will be back in Baton Rouge on June 16 for the team’s passing and linemen camp. Members of the St. Pius X (Texas) High School 7-on-7 squad will make their way from Houston. Four-star wide receiver Jalen Curry will be making the trip, too.
A source close to the Gunnell camp informed SEC Country that Gunnell will compete at the LSU passing camp and stay unofficially overnight.
Additionally, this sets up LSU with an added opportunity to get Gunnell on campus for an official visit before the 4-star quarterback gives a commitment. The Tigers remain in the 2019 All-American’s top group of schools along with Arizona, California and Oregon.
Gunnell last visited LSU in January for the elite junior day. He has since made visits to Ohio State, Oregon, Arizona and Cal. He is expected to make a decision over the summer.
Gunnell is one of nine 2019 quarterbacks with an offer from the Tigers. The team is expected to take one passer in this recruiting cycle, and Gunnell has long sat atop the board.