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Fournette verbally commits to LSU on a tough day for the Tigers

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LSU started the new year with a 21-14 win over Iowa in the Outback Bowl. A day later, the Tigers were hoping to reel in four to five major high school stars, it did not happen.

The first announcement from the UA All-American Game came from Speedy Noil. The wide receiver verbally committed to Texas A&M over LSU.

Next up, safety Jamal Adams. The safety verbally committed to LSU over Florida.

LSU's next target Gerald Willis III, brother of Alabama safety Landon Collins, announced that he will be playing his college football at Florida.

In the fourth quarter more disappointment for LSU as Tony Brown announced his verbal commitment to Alabama.

The final and highest rated recruiting target, Leonard Fournette may have saved the day when he verbally committed to LSU!

Leonard Fournette (LSU): 5 star running back

6'1" tall, 225 lbs

High School: St. Augustine in New Orleans

Colleges Interested: Alabama, LSU

Other Colleges: Auburn, Florida, Florida St., Georgia Tech, Miami, Michigan, Mississippi St., Nebraska, Notre Dame, SMU, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, USC, West Virginia

 

Tony Brown (Alabama): 5 Star Defensive Back  

6'0" tall, 182 lbs     

High School: Ozen in Beaumont, TX

Colleges Interested: LSU, USC, Texas, Alabama, Ohio St

Other Colleges: Arkansas, Auburn, Baylor, Florida, Florida St, Illinois, Miami, Michigan, Michigan St, Mississippi St, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Oregon, Purdue, Rutgers, South Carolina, Stanford,TCU, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, UCLA, USC, West Virginia, Wisconsin

 

Gerald Willis III (Florida): 4 Star Defensive Tackle/End

6'3", 275 pounds

High School: Edna Karr in New Orleans

Colleges Interested: Florida, LSU, Texas A&M

Other Colleges: Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida St, Miami, Michigan St, Nebraska, TCU, Texas, USC

 

Jamal Adams: (LSU): 4 Star Safety

6'0" tall, 199 lbs

High School: Hebron in Carrollton, TX part of Lewisville Independent School District

Colleges Interested: Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, Texas, Texas A&M, Notre Dame, Ohio St.

Other Colleges: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Baylor, Colorado, Florida St, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Michigan St, Mississippi St, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma St, Oregon, Stanford, TCU, Tennessee, Texas Tech, UCLA, USC, West Virginia

 

Speedy Noil (Texas A&M): 5 Star Wide Receiver:

6'0", 161 lbs   

High School: Edna Karr in New Orleans

Colleges Interested: Florida, LSU, Texas A&M

Other Colleges: Alabama, Auburn, California, Florida St, Miami, Mississippi St, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Oregon, TCU, Texas, USC

Next to announce will be Leonard Fournette.

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