Anyway, I'm happy Daub committed. LSU is better for it regardless how it plays out, and play out it must. Other than being a great prospect, I don't know anything about him. I don't know if he's flighty or decisive. If Paris from TX had done this, I wouldn't blink an eye because I know he has strong LA ties and probably some purple and gold infused in his DNA, but I don't think this is the case with Daub.
Obviously he had a good time and was impressed, but it's a long time to signing day for him (about 10% of his life todate). What's going to happen when other schools roll out the red carpet like they will do on real official visits. Make no mistske that girl friends, classmates, teachers, coaches, recruiters, men and women of God, etc will be encouraging him to partake. Was it really true love, or was it rash? I'm not trying to be Peggy Prom here, but reservations seem prudent in this case.
No, no. You are. I just didnt go into detail. People seem to think that I meant that there was no way LSU would hold on to him. I just meant that there's a long way to go and there will be alot of schools rolling out the red carpet for him. Just seems like this wa on a whim. I mean, he wasn't even considering LSU, and now he commits?
What you said was perfect
Now, what I do like is that he has connections with these LSU kids now and if it just takes one trip to convince him LSU is where he wants to be, then that's great. But let's hope he didn't jump the gun is all I was saying. Let's hope the new doesn't wear off and he sticks it out. We do know that LSU is and will be in the hunt with him now compared to "I wasn't even considering or thinking about LSU but we stopped in cause we were bored.".