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The nation's top Dual-Threat quarterback for 2015, Torrance Gibson tweeted out his Top 15 schools on Monday and LSU was in the Top 3.


Gibson is 6'4", 200-pounds and is from Fort Lauderdale, FL (American Heritage). The 5-Star athlete is rated as the No. 1 dual-threat QB in the country according to 247Sports.

He made an official visit to LSU back on March 23rd.

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Snake bucket ,when russel got to Lsu, coach sent him out back to throw with matt flynn, russel said Matt made him look like a junior hi- - qb !
Reply29 months
How do you know how well Shep could throw? #1 Dual threat QB was never allowed to throw. Not Once. In Four Years. Unless B. Harris proves himself, this kid would have no reason to commit to LSU
Reply29 months
Top 15? Haha
Reply29 months
Hope he can throw better than Russell Shepard did.
Reply29 months
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