Talented four-star wide receiver Lawrence Keys from New Orleans, LA (McDonogh 35) unveiled his top six schools and included LSU in the mix.

His top schools are Notre Dame, TCU, Houston, LSU, Auburn, Nebraska.

The 5-11, 160-pound prospect is rated the No. 17 wide receiver in the country and the No. 4 overall player from the state of Louisiana for the class of 2018, according to ESPN.

Keys is a major receiver target for the LSU coaching staff and many predict that he will end up being a part of the Tigers 2018 recruiting class.

For more info on Keys, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.


Reply7 months
This is headline worthy? wow TD is getting bad
Reply7 months
This is way better than Creepy Larry's hot/cutie posts that are puked all over the place.
7 months
Keys needs to just commit already. Chase needs to back off from that dumpster fire FL and Jason knows what he needs to do. All that will be left if for Marshall to stay home and we'll have some of the best WRs since Jarvis and ODBJ
Reply7 months
That boi has some serious speed
Reply7 months
I really like his top 6
Reply7 months
Nebraska lock lol
Reply7 months
Nah, surprise hat under the table. Kansas lock.
7 months
I heard the same YellaPurp
7 months
thank goodness he gave his top 6. Now I can sleep tonight. (not picking on this particular kid, just this trend in recruiting)
Reply7 months
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