Jalen Curry, a four-star wide receiver prospect out of the 2019 recruiting class, admits that the LSU Tigers are gaining traction in his recruiting process.
“Just going back there again, it feels more comfortable every time,” Curry said to 247Sports. “LSU is definitely very high on my board after these visits. It’s definitely a great place to be.
“They are a great program and they produce a lot of players for the next level. Coach Ensminger talked about how he is going to spread the ball around a lot, and I can’t wait to see the offense at the spring game.”
Curry was previously committed to FSU in July prior to his junior season due in large part to his relationship with tight ends coach Tim Brewster, who announced his intention to follow Jimbo Fisher to A&M. He has, obviously, decided to no longer be committed to the Noles.
Fisher, with his new program, is not out of the race. When asked about potential leaders in the recruiting process:
“I would say Auburn, Ohio State, A&M, LSU, and there’s some others too,” he said.
The Houston native ranks as the No. 17 wide receiver and No. 88 overall prospect for the 2019 national recruiting cycle, according to the 247Sports Composite.
Curry recorded 121 receptions for 1,570 yards and 18 touchdowns during his junior season.