Devonta Smith is heading to LSU once again.
Louisiana’s No. 1 wide receiver in the Class of 2017 told SEC Country that he plans to visit the Tigers and take in the team’s second scrimmage of the spring.
Smith, a four-star prospect out of Amite High School (La.), has previously watched one of LSU’s spring practice sessions as he continues to foster a relationship with new wide receivers coach Dameyune Craig.
“It’s been going good,” Smith said of his relationship with Craig, “and that means a lot because it’s your position coach. I like the way he pushes the receivers.”
The 6-foot-1, 165-pounder would also hold LSU in higher regard if and when the Tigers start to display an offense with more spread principles.
The scrimmage on Saturday will give Smith a perfect opportunity to see Craig’s affect on the offense and any changes coordinator Cam Cameron has implemented this offseason.
Alabama and Florida State are currently out in front of the in-state Tigers in Smith’s recruitment, but a budding relationship with Craig and evolving offense could certainly alter things for the talented recruit.
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