Jimmy and Lopez's predictions
quote: Malachi Dupre, WR, 6-3, 190, John Curtis - LSU/LSU
So here we go...prediction time. This class is about as hard to wrap your mind around as any out there. If you're looking for LSU to get to 25, you may be disappointed. If you're looking for LSU to end up with one of the nation's best classes and one of the best in the school's history, you may be pleased.
Kenny Young, LB, 6-1, 215, John Curtis - A&M/A&M Sione Teuhema, DE, 6-4, 215, Keller High School, Keller, Texas - LSU/LSU
Adoree Jackson, ATH, 5-10, 180, Junipero Serra High School, Gardena, California - USC/USC Travonte Valentine, DT, 6-3, 335, Champagnat Catholic, Hialeah, Florida - LSU/LSU
Lorenzo Carter, DE, 6-5, 235, Norcross High School, Norcross, Georgia - Georgia/Georgia Trey Lealaimatafao, DT, Warren High School, San Antonio, Texas - LSU/LSU Emanuel Porter, WR, 6-4, 190, Lincoln High School, Dallas, Texas LSU/LSU
SMITH: It wouldn’t be right to leave without addressing possible flips or decommitments. Getting multiple sources to add validity to your information can be extremely difficult. With that said, rumors have been flying for some time. Most notably concerning Ole Miss and a trio of LSU prospects in Barbe wide receiver Trey Quinn, Westgate tight end Jacory Washington and Plaquemines defensive lineman Davon Godchaux.
Quinn and Washington appear to be as solid as ever going down the final stretch, but late on Tuesday night, I received some info regarding a possible switch to Ole Miss for Godchaux. In following up on the info, I learned there may be more than just a little smoke regarding the matter. By no means am I saying a flip is imminent, but if it were to happen, Godchaux is as good of a candidate as any at this stage
. The other name rumored of late to be contemplating a possible switch is Douglass High School, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma defensive end Deondre Clark.
Clark has been pretty solid to LSU awhile now, but there has been a push from his family to stay close to home and play at Oklahoma. His mother has played a big role throughout his recruitment and while she likes LSU and the coaches, letting her boy go may be difficult. In the end, I think he sends his letter of intent to Baton Rouge, but there will be some nervous people on the other end. LINK
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