LSU was looking to add two quarterbacks in the Class of 2017, and the Tigers landed Lowell Narcisse, the top dual-threat QB in the class, during a campus visit Monday.
Narcisse’s commitment comes about a week after LSU got a commitment from three-star Mississippi quarterback Myles Brennan, a commitment that Brennan said brought LSU coach Les Miles to tears.
Narcisse, from St. James, La., is 6-2, 210-pound dual-threat and was ranked as the No. 38 overall player in the ESPN 300 released last week. He decommitted from Auburn in January.
“I saw Lowell Narcisse a few weeks ago at the Nike Opening Regional in New Orleans. There are very few guys who can get rid of the football like he can,” ESPN national recruiting analyst Craig Haubert told USA TODAY High School Sports last week.