Monday marks a significant day in Lowell Narcisse’s life.
It’s move-in day.
The 4-star LSU quarterback commit relocates from Vacherie, La., to Baton Rouge and begins the next chapter of his life — as a college athlete.
That journey gets underway on Monday, but Narcisse arguably had an even bigger day on Sunday.
The dual-threat quarterback had one last very important stop to make.
That visit was to Blake Brazan, a 9-year-old leukemia patient from Narcisse’s town that has looked up to the Tigers commit throughout his battle. Narcisse, who has had to overcome two torn ACLs in the past 20 months and is nearly back to 100 percent, has remained focused in supporting Brazan.
Brazan isn’t an LSU fan — yet — but is a diehard St. James (La.) High School supporter. During his freshman and sophomore seasons, Narcisse quarterbacked those Wildcats, amassing 4,500 yards passing and another 1,600 on the ground. After tearing his ACL in May, he returned to lead St. James to the Class 3A state championship game in 2015. He had hoped to do the same after returning back to full strength prior to the 2016 season.
Bigger than stats or recruitments, Narcisse setting aside personal time to make one last visit to Brazan before moving to Baton Rouge shows the type of person who is about to join the LSU football team.
— Sam Spiegelman (@samspiegs) January 8, 2017
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