Player tracker

Louisiana State

City: Baton Rouge, LA

Web site: http://www.lsusports.net/

Conference: SEC

 

Players being tracked:

NameRating Ht./Wt. High School PositionColleges Considering
Andre Debose A+ 5'11"/175 Sanford Seminole High School (Fla.) Wide receiver Central Florida, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Louisiana State, Miami, Mississippi, Ohio State, Oregon, South Carolina, Southern California and Tennessee
Chris Davenport None 6'4"/318 Mansfield High School (LA) Defensive tackle Louisiana State
Chris Garrett None 6'4"/220 Tupelo High School (Miss.) Quarterback Louisiana State
Darren Myles A+ 6'3"/185 Carver-Atlanta High School Defensive back Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Louisiana State, Ohio State, Tennessee and West Virginia
Drayton Calhoun A 5'11"/176 Tucker High School Running back Louisiana State
Dre Kirkpatrick None 6'2"/180 Gadsden City High School (AL) Defensive back Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Louisiana State, Miami, Michigan, Southern California, Tennessee and Texas
Dyron Dye A+ 6'4"/223 Sanford Seminole High School (Fla.) Defensive end Auburn, Central Florida, Cincinnati, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana State, Miami, Mississippi, South Carolina, South Florida, Southern California and Tennessee
Eddie Lacy None 5'11"/200 Dutchtown-Geismer High School (LA) Running back Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida State, Iowa, Louisiana State, Louisiana Tech, Miami, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Southern Mississippi and Tennessee
Jarvis Jones A+ 6'4"/220 Carver-Columbus High School Linebacker Clemson, Georgia, Louisiana State, Southern California and Texas
Jon Bostic None 6'2"/220 Palm Beach Central High School (Fla.) Linebacker Auburn, Central Florida, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Louisiana State, Miami, South Carolina, Southern California and Tennessee
Kendall Kelly None 6'4"/210 Gadsden City High School (AL) Wide receiver Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Colorado, Florida, Florida State, Louisiana State, North Carolina, Oregon, Southern California and Texas
Kenny Bell None 6'1"/160 Rayville High School (La.) Wide receiver Louisiana State
Kevin Minter A 6'2"/240 Peachtree Ridge High School Linebacker Louisiana State
Knile Davis A 6'1"/210 Marshall High School (TX) Running back Georgia Tech, Kansas, Kansas State, Louisiana State, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas A&M
Marlon Brown A+ 6'5"/200 Harding Academy (TN) Wide receiver Florida, Georgia, Louisiana State, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Southern California and Tennessee
Michael Ford None 5'10"/200 Leesville High School (LA) Running back Louisiana State
Rantavious Wooten A 5'10"/170 Glades Central High School (FL) Wide receiver Louisiana State
Ray Ray Armstrong None 6'4"/220 Sanford Seminole High School (Fla.) Athlete Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Louisiana State, Miami, Mississippi, Notre Dame, Oregon, South Carolina, Southern California and Tennessee
Reuben Randle A 6'3"/195 Bastrop High School (LA) Wide receiver Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, Louisiana State, Miami, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and Tennessee
Ricky Johnson B+ 6'2"/185 Carencro High School (LA) Wide receiver Arkansas, Georgia Tech, Louisiana State, Mississippi and Tulsa
Xavier Nixon None 6'7"/270 Jack Britt High School (NC) Offensive tackle Clemson, Florida, Louisiana State, Miami, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, South Carolina and West Virginia

Updates


UGA offers South Carolina defensive end

3:51 p.m. Thursday, October 9, 2008

Sam Montgomery of Greenwood, S.C., who is ranked as the nation’s No. 3 weakside defensive end by Rivals, was offered by Georgia last week, according to the website. The 6-foot-4, 230-pound Montgomery has around 40 scholarship offers. He is a member of the AJC’s The Super Southern 100. What are Georgia’s chances of landing Montgomery? Montgomery said he had never been to Athens and didn’t really know any of the Georgia’s coaches. Yet Montgomery told Rivals “everybody is equal” and said he hasn’t ruled anything out. However, Montgomery later told GoGamecocks.com that he plans to take his five official visits to Southern Cal, Miami, Michigan, LSU and Oregon. He said he is also considering South Carolina and Clemson

Road Trip: Gainesville receiver to visit Auburn

11:29 p.m. Thursday, September 18, 2008

Gainesville junior receiver Tailer Jones will be among the recruits attending Saturday’s SEC West showdown between LSU and Auburn at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Jones, who is still waiting on his first scholarship offer, said it would be a smooth transition for him to become acclimated to Auburn’s spread offense. “They run the same offense we do at Gainesville, so it’d be easy,” he said. Jones, who will attend the game with one of his teammates, admitted that he’s curious about both programs. “I’ll be looking at both teams,” he said. Should Auburn offer him on Saturday, they will be an immediate favorite to land a commitment from one of Georgia’s top underclassmen. “They would definitely be one of my top five schools that I would consider,” he said.

Road Trip: Top recruit set for Georgia-South Carolina clash

11:04 p.m. Thursday, September 11, 2008

Four SEC teams are pushing hard to score a commitment from Perry’s Johnnie Farms, one of the top uncommitted players in Georgia and Scout.com’s sixth-best offensive guard in the nation. “Auburn, South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama are really turning up the heat,” said Farms, one of the headliners on the AJC’s The Georgia Top 150. The 6-foot-2, 280-pound Farms gets his first taste of the annual Georgia-South Carolina border war on Saturday afternoon when the Gamecocks host the Dogs at Williams-Brice Stadium. “I’ve never been [to Columbia] for a game, but I went there for a camp,” Farms said. “I’m just trying to get familiar with the program and the coaches. “I just met [South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier] this summer. I just started getting into college football, but I’ve looked up some history on him. He wins wherever he goes.” Farms cited reasons to root for both teams on Saturday. “I’ll always cheer for the underdog because that’s when you’ll have a game,” he said. “But I’m cheering for Georgia because I have a friend on the team, Ben Harden, who is from Perry.” Farms is planning on attending the LSU-Auburn game on Sept. 20 and hopes to be in Athens the following weekend when the Dogs host Alabama. The general consensus is that Auburn and Georgia are in the lead for Farms. But would he pull a shocker and commit to Spurrier on Saturday? “I don’t plan on committing, but anything can happen,” he said.

LSU and Michigan in the mix for Auburn commit Harris of Lovejoy?

10:39 p.m. Monday, September 8, 2008

Lovejoy offensive lineman Andre Harris, who committed to Auburn in June, plans to make his first visit of the season to Jordan-Hare Stadium on Sep. 20 when the Tigers host LSU. Harris, considered the 23rd-best guard in the country by Scout.com, said three other programs continue to actively recruit him. “LSU really came on hard after I committed, and so has Michigan,” said Harris, a member of the AJC’s The Georgia Top 150. “And Boston College has kept in touch.” None of those programs have offered - yet. “I think I’d take my time to make a better decision if they offered, but I’d still be committed to Auburn,” predicted Harris, who hinted that he’d be willing to visit the campuses of LSU and Michigan.

How It Went: Ridgeland receiver Bowman meets Richt

11:43 p.m. Sunday, August 31, 2008

One of the highlights of Ridgeland receiver Michael Bowman’s trip to Sanford Stadium on Saturday was an opportunity to speak with Georgia coach Mark Richt - twice. “I got to talk to coach Richt before and after the game,” said Bowman, considered the 17th-best receiver in the nation by Rivals.com. “He was real busy, but I got to tell him about my game on Friday.” The 6-foot-4, 210-pound Bowman, who has scholarship offers from programs such as Alabama, Arkansas, LSU, Kentucky, N.C. State and Oregon, continues to wait on one from Georgia. “I truly doesn’t bother me a lot because I know later on they will offer,” he said. “Georgia is my No. 1, but I’m still waiting.” The Dogs are eager to see how Bowman fares on the ACT later this year. “I took the ACT the first time, ran through it and made a 16,” Bowman said. “I need to make a 19. I’m taking it again in October.”

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