St. Stanislaus’ Myles Brennan — the top-rated pro-style quarterback prospect in Mississippi, according to the major recruiting services — verbally committed Saturday afternoon to LSU. He announced the news on Twitter.
Brennan, a consensus three-star 2017 prospect, has at least 15 offers to play at the next level with serious interest from Oklahoma State, which he visited earlier this month. Listed at 6-foot-4 and 180 pounds, Brennan recently impressed at Nike’s The Opening regional in New Orleans.
LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron reportedly checked out St. Stanislaus last week. Brennan, who is ranked by 247Sports as the No. 22 pro-style quarterback prospect in the country, visited LSU in February for the team’s junior day.
In two seasons as a starter, Brennan has posted some impressive numbers and is widely regarded as one of the state’s best offensive players.
Brennan threw 53 touchdowns against only eight interceptions with 5,248 yards in 15 games last season. He completed 303 of 486 passes, which was good for 62 percent. As a sophomore, Brennan racked up 64 touchdowns and 5,797 passing yards.
Brennan is the second standout offensive player from St. Stanislaus to commit to an SEC school this spring. Tight end Chase Rogers verbally committed last month to Tennessee.