Stephen Guidry may be committed to LSU, but he’s apparently keeping all of his options on the table.
The nation’s top-rated junior college wide receiver revealed his top five schools on Monday morning, which included LSU cemented at the top.
Also making the cut was his previous leader, Alabama, as well as Auburn, Mississippi State and Georgia.
Guidry, a four-star prospect currently enrolled at Hinds Community College (Raymond, Miss.), previously played his high school football at Livonia (La.) High School. A Louisiana native, Guidry committed to the hometown Tigers after spending time with wide receivers coach Dameyune Craig during the Bayou Picnic last month.
The commitment came after making visits to both Alabama’s and LSU’s campus earlier that week.
Guidry made a surprise visit to Baton Rouge, La., to spend time with coach Les Miles after spending the earlier portion of the week at Alabama. After taking in Tuscaloosa, Ala., Guidry named the Crimson Tide his leading school.
Additionally, the 6-foot-4, 190-pounder has remained high on both Auburn and Mississippi State, and detailed why to SEC Country here.
Guidry was on LSU’s campus yet again on Friday evening along with a handful of other major targets and commitments in the 2017 class.
The top five doesn’t mean that the elite wide receiver is straying away from his pledge, only that he’s narrowing the field down of the schools he’s considering big picture. He’s very high on LSU, though these are the schools he would consider should something go awry.
Sam Spiegelman covers LSU football recruiting for SECCountry.com and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Follow him on Twitter for the latest on who’s on their way to play in Tigers Stadium.