A week after hosting two priority wide receiver targets, multiple members of the LSU coaching staff will be back on the road.
LSU offensive coordinator Matt Canada and wide receivers coach Dameyune Craig will both be going in-home with Louisiana wide receivers DeVonta Smith and Racey McMath, sources told SEC Country.
Smith, who officially visited LSU last weekend before stopping at Florida State earlier in the week, will head to Alabama for this weekend. Crimson Tide wide receivers coach Billy Napier was at Amite (La.) High School on Wednesday evening, taking in his basketball practice before going in-home with the standout 4-star wide receiver.
Craig has spearheaded Smith’s recruitment since joining the Tigers’ staff in February, and LSU has long been a finalist to land Louisiana’s top-rated prospect. Canada, a more recent addition to the LSU coaching staff, spent much of last weekend discussing Smith’s potential role in the LSU offense if and when he arrives in Baton Rouge.
Expect Canada and Craig to continue to press the button on immediate playing time and an evolving offense during the visit.
The two coaches will also be in New Orleans checking in on McMath, the 3-star wide receiver that named LSU his leading school after his official visit last weekend.
McMath will spend time with Craig and Canada on Thursday before heading out to Texas A&M this weekend.
The 6-foot-3, 215-pounder is also expected to compete for playing time, if and when he arrives at LSU. The Aggies and Mississippi State will both have a chance to host McMath before he makes his commitment.
Both Smith and McMath are scheduled to announce their decisions on National Signing Day.
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