By CODY WORSHAM | Tiger Rag Editor
The second 2017 quarterback to back away from a commitment to LSU has, like his peer, re-upped his pledge to the Tigers.
Lowell Narcisse, the No. 9 ranked dual-threat quarterback in the country, announced on Twitter Monday morning his intention to end his recruitment by firmly committing to Ed Orgeron and LSU.
“I wanted to help Coach O speed the process up by opening up my recruitment,” Narcisse said Monday on 104.5 ESPN. “We had great conversations over the last couple of weeks and whenever adversity comes and I’ve had my bad days, LSU has been there.”
Per SEC Country, Narcisse spent a half-hour on the phone with new LSU offensive coordinator Matt Canada last week, before spending a couple of days watching film of Canada’s offenses with his high school coach.
Happy to say my recruiting process has ended. I've decided to start the next Chapter of my life at LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY. pic.twitter.com/UIPvX5xJ4M
— Lowell Narcisse Jr. (@L_Narcisse2) December 19, 2016
With the commitment, LSU now has the No. 4 class for 2017, per Shea Dixon of 247Sports.com. Narcisse, who stands 6-foot-2 and weighs 195 pounds, joins fellow four-star Myles Brennan, 247Composite’s No. 6 ranked pro style quarterback, among LSU’s 20 commitments.