LSU has a chance to make great strides this weekend.
On Saturday, elite cornerback Cheyenne Labruzza told SEC Country that he will visit the Tigers for one of their spring practice sessions.
Labruzza, one of LSU’s top targets in the Class of 2017, admitted his visit could go a long way in deciding his future.
“Although I love LSU, I want to wait until I KNOW it’s right to commit,” he told SEC Country.
“Seeing how LSU uses their (defensive backs) and seeing how they operate as a team could potentially sway me into pulling the trigger and committing.”
The three-star prospect out of Albany (La.) High School picked up an offer from the in-state Tigers in mid-February.
Labruzza visited for Junior Day, but has major questions to be answered at his upcoming visit.
“I’m excited to see them actually coach the players up and see how LSU runs practice,” Labruzza said. “They have a new (defensive coordinator), so I’m excited to see how he and Coach Corey Raymomd uses the (defensive backs). Also I’m ready to see what the coaches expect from their players.”
Labruzza, a 6-foot, 183-pound prospect, does not expect to make a decision this weekend.
Louisiana’s No. 31 prospect, per 247Sports’ composite rankings, will use this weekend to gather information though.