This SEC powerhouse could be stocking up on in-state talent with this potential package deal


LSU has been doing a superb job keeping in-state talent with the Tigers. They got four-star defensive tackle Tyler Shelvin, four-star dual-threat QB Lowell Narcisse, and four-star athlete Patrick Queen among others to stay in Louisiana and attend the biggest university in the state.

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It looks like the Tigers could be getting another two recruits to commit as Justin Rogers (four-star dual-threat QB) and Terrace Marshall (five-star receiver) are considered to be a package deal and Rogers finally got the LSU offer he's waiting on. Marshall really likes LSU and he's been expecting receivers coach Dameyune Craig to recruit him the hardest.

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Rogers said that LSU was already in his top three along with TCU and Arkansas, and he and his high school teammate Marshall are looking to continue to play with one another in college. LSU is among the top schools for the Parkway standouts, but both are waiting to see the offense open up a bit more this season.

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That's been a common comment for LSU targets and recruits this year and hopefully it will happen with Brandon Harris improving and Leonard Fournette leading the ground attack. Nabbing these two recruits would probably cause some other dominoes to fall in the state and could attract some talent from out of the state as well.



[h/t SEC Country]