BATON ROUGE, La. -- LSU picked up a commitment from a player most probably weren't thinking about at the start of the 2012 season.Kevin Spears, a tall, athletic wide receiver from Holy Cross High in New Orleans, committed during an official visit to LSU's campus Saturday.
Fournette is seeing the game differently this spring, and it could propel him closer to the massive expectations placed on him when he arrived.
Last season as a freshman, Davon Godchaux started 10 games overall and each of the last nine games.
National recruiting coordinator Craig Haubert joins Phil Murphy to breaks down top position groups and invitees to Nike's The Opening from the recent regional camp in New Orleans.
As a senior, Jermauria Rasco led LSU in sacks and QB hurries, yet he wasn't invited to the NFL combine and that's snub is serving as motivation.
LSU exercises patience in search for starter as quarterbacks grow during spring
It looks like Alabama and LSU are set to do battle again for the top 2016 prospects in Louisiana and bordering states.
NEW ORLEANS -- March has been kind to 2017 running back Cordarrian Richardson of Memphis Trezevant. The sophomore is quickly becoming a household name on the national recruiting trail.
At The Opening regional in New Orleans, it was the defensive linemen and defensive backs that earned high marks from the scouts.
Recruiting reporter Derek Tyson breaks down top performers from the IMG Southeast Regional tournament in Bradenton, Fla.
Everyone has their candidates to become breakout performers in 2015 -- even LSU's players themselves.
Here are five interesting developments we've seen so far this spring:
NEW ORLEANS -- When you have some of the best defensive linemen in the nation in attendance at an event like the New Orleans Opening regional, you expect a lot of great one-on-one battles.
Davis, an Alabama pledge, is a popular player among recruiters.
The recruiting penalties levvied against LSU due to meeting with a prospect who signed a financial aid agreement before decommitting don't make sense.