2018 LSU Football Recruits

Signed Players    
Micah Baskerville, ILB
Evangel Christian Academy, Shreveport, Louisiana
 
Jarell Cherry, DE
Carter, Dallas, Texas
 
Damone Clark, ILB
Southern Lab, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
 
Davin Cotton, DT
Evangel Christian Academy, Shreveport, Louisiana
 
Chris Curry, RB
Lehigh Senior High School, Lehigh Acres, Florida
 
Chasen Hines, DT
Marshall, Marshall, Texas
 
Nelson Jenkins, DT
Plaquemine High School, Plaquemine, Louisiana
 
Jaray Jenkins, WR
Jena, Jena, Louisiana
 
Kenan Jones, WR
Berwick, Berwick, Louisiana
 
Damien Lewis, G
Northwest Mississippi Community College, Senatobia, Mississippi
 
Dominic Livingston, DT
Aldine Davis, Houston, Texas
 
Terrace Marshall Jr., WR
Parkway, Bossier City, Louisiana
 
Travez Moore, DE
Bastrop, Bastrop, Louisiana
 
Tae Provens, ATH
Madison County, Gurley, Alabama
 
Dare Rosenthal, DT
Ferriday, Ferriday, Louisiana
 
Dantrieze Scott, DE
Ferriday, Ferriday, Louisiana
 
Zach Sheffer, TE
Nease, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
 
Cole Smith, OL
Pontotoc, Pontotoc, Mississippi
 
Cole Tracy, K
Not yet rated
Newbury Park High School, Camarillo, California
 
Badara Traore, T
ASA College (JUCO), Hyde Park, Massachusetts
 
Cameron Wire, T
East Ascension, Gonzalez, Louisiana
 
Committed Players    
Kelvin Joseph, DB
Scotlandville Magnet, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
 
Ar'Darius Washington, DB
Evangel Christian Academy, Shreveport, Louisiana
 
Targeted Players    
Glenn Beal, TE
Very Likely
John Curtis, New Orleans, Louisiana
"LSU has made Beal a top priority at its H-back position. He will make his official visit to Baton Rouge right before National Signing Day. The Tigers are recruiting the New Orleans product the hardest and remain the team to beat." - Sam Spiegelman, SEC Country
 
Very Likely
Gerry Bohanon Jr., QB
Possibly
Earle, Earle, Arkansas
"Bohanon made unofficial visits to LSU on Oct. 14 and again on Nov. 11 amid increased communication with the coaching staff. The Tigers should host the 4-star QB for an official visit, too." - Sam Spiegelman, SEC Country
 
Possibly
Tyson Campbell, CB
Possibly
American Heritage, Plantation, Florida
"At one point, LSU led for the talented 4-star cornerback. Communication cooled, but picked back up this fall. The Tigers remain squarely in the mix for an official visit, though they'll have to gain ground on UGA, Alabama and Miami." - Sam Spiegelman, SEC Country
 
Possibly
Ja'Marr Chase, WR
Possibly
Rummel, New Orleans, Louisiana
"Chase de-committed from Florida on Nov. 8, opening the door for schools such as TCU, UGA, Michigan and LSU to make a late push for the in-state receiver. LSU is sure to host Chase for an official visit in December or January. Expect a signing day decision." - Sam Spiegelman, SEC Country
 
Possibly
Andrew Chatfield, DE
Possibly
American Heritage, Plantation, Florida
 
Possibly
Anthony Cook, CB
Possibly
Lamar, Houston, Texas
"LSU hosted Cook for an official visit on Oct. 14, which led the 5-star CB to delay his scheduled Oct. 30 decision. LSU remains quietly in a strong position for the December graduate." - Sam Spiegelman, SEC Country
 
Possibly
James Foster, QB
Very Likely
Sidney Lanier, Montgomery, Alabama
"LSU offered Foster in late October and will quickly host the Alabama dual-threat for an official visit on Nov. 11. Foster has emerged as the top uncommitted QB on LSU's board." - Sam Spiegelman, SEC Country
 
Very Likely
Andres Fox, DE
Possibly
Mobile Christian School, Mobile, Alabama
"In the summer, Fox indicated LSU was recruiting him the hardest. LSU remains in his public top four and is pushing. Fox will officially visit in December, but faces stiff competition from Alabama and Auburn." - Sam Spiegelman, SEC Country
 
Possibly
Mario Goodrich, ATH
Possibly
Lee's Summit West, Lees Summit, Missouri
"LSU offered Goodrich in December during a Contact Period. The 4-star athlete will visit LSU in January and could commit soon after. LSU jumped in the race soon after Goodrich's de-commitment from Nebraska." - Sam Spiegelman
 
Possibly
Lawrence Keys III, WR
Possibly
McDonough 35, New Orleans, Louisiana
"Keys named LSU as his top school in April after attending the spring game. LSU's biggest competition is from Houston, Nebraska and Notre Dame. LSU will host Keys in January for an official visit ahead of a National Signing Day commitment." - Sam Spiegelman, SEC Country
 
Possibly
Justin Rogers, QB
Possibly
Parkway, Bossier City, Louisiana
"LSU will host the state's top QB for an official visit on Nov. 25. After tearing his ACL, Rogers has kept the lines of communication open with the LSU staff as they try to flip the longtime TCU commit." - Sam Spiegelman, SEC Country
 
Possibly
Patrick Surtain Jr., CB
Very Likely
American Heritage, Plantation, Florida
"Surtain named LSU his leader in the summer prior to his junior season. The Tigers remain on top heading into his official visit schedule. Expect the 5-star cornerback to make official stops at LSU, Alabama, Clemson, Florida State and Ohio State before finalizing his decision." - Sam Spiegelman, SEC Country
 
Very Likely
Michael Thompson, DT
Possibly
Parkway North, Saint Louis, Missouri
"Thompson made a junior day visit to LSU and remains in regular contact with Ed Orgeron. LSU is expected to host the All-American tackle for an official visit, but faces stiff competition from USC and Missouri." - Sam Spiegelman, SEC Country
 
Possibly
Justin Watkins, ATH
Possibly
East Ridge, Clermont, Florida
"In October, Watkins named LSU and Alabama as finalists with a decision expected to come in November or December. LSU offered Watkins as a sophomore and landed his commitment as a DB. Corey Raymond continues to lead his recruitment, now as a WR." - Sam Spiegelman, SEC Country
 
Possibly
Michael Williams, ATH
Very Likely
Dunham, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
"The Baton Rouge native is high on LSU and indicated Dave Aranda is recruiting him the hardest. Williams will take his five official visits before making a National Signing Day commitment." - Sam Spiegelman, SEC Country
 
Very Likely
Dylan Wonnum, T
Possibly
Tucker, Tucker, Georgia
"LSU's need for tackles is glaring, which increases the pressure to land Wonnum to the 2018 class. South Carolina certainly holds an edge given its proximity to Tucker, Ga., and his brother being on the team. LSU has a chance to gain ground on his official visit." - Sam Spiegelman, SEC Country
 
Possibly