Is Brandon Harris LSU’s quarterback of the future?
Perhaps not, as LSU is reportedly considering its other options.
LSU is in discussions with potential quarterback transfers, commits and junior college players, according to NOLA.com’s James Smith.
Former Oklahoma quarterback Trevor Knight has been in contact with LSU, per Smith, who said the Tigers are in a strong position to land the former Sooners starter. Previously, Texas A&M was considered the most likely landing spot for Knight.
Two 2016 prospects LSU continues to make a push for are Dwayne Haskins and Deuce Wallace, who are committed to Maryland and Vanderbilt, respectively.
Haskins reaffirmed his commitment to the Terps during last week’s Under Armour All-America game, but said he continues to hear from LSU. Kevin Toliver, a freshman cornerback at LSU, is related to Haskins, and the players’ families have apparently discussed the quarterback considering LSU.
Wallace has played high school football in Tennessee the past two years, but grew up and began his high school career in Louisiana. While playing at Riverside Academy (Reserve, La.), Wallace was in contact with LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron.
LSU has also reached out to Pearl River Community College (Poplarville, Miss.) quarterback Matt William. Williams is eligible to enroll as early as January, but LSU is not planning to offer the junior college signal-caller at this time, according to Smith.