Five-star wide receiver Terrace Marshall from Bossier City, LA announced Friday afternoon that he is committed to LSU and has signed with the Tigers.

The 6-4, 190-pound prospect from Parkway HS is the No. 1 wide receiver in the country and the No. 1 overall player from the state of Louisianna.

He chose the Tigers over Texas A&M, Florida State, and Texas.


For more info on Marshall, visit his profile page on our 2018 Recruiting Tracker.

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42 Comments
but but but LSU don't have any 5 stars....BOOM!
Reply4 months
That Narcisse to Marshall connection will be nice!
Reply4 months
I like Narcisse, but Brennan will be the guy next year. LSU's passing game will be fierce next year!
4 months
Halfway there, just need Surtain to finish up the elite duo!
Reply4 months
Thanks for staying in state !!!
Reply4 months
Great player, welcome Mr. Marshall. This is why LSU isn't OM, State, Arky, and A&M. Yes we land some 3* players BUT we top it off with the 5* and high 4* guys as well. We will finish strong like I thought, and this class will end up close to last years around 7 or so. If LSU can somehow get a QB in here then that would just make it complete and one of the most well rounded classes we've had in sometime. GT
Reply4 months
All that in recruiting at positions of need really shows the recruiting prowess of O and the coaching staff!
4 months
Finally a BOOM!!!!!
Reply4 months
The new big men giving the QB time to find weapons like Mr. Marshall is exciting news!
Reply4 months
Big BOOM! Man among boys in HS. Big get by Coach O and staff. Keep the boot boys Home!!
Reply4 months
welcome to LSU MR Marshall
Reply4 months
And the dominos begin to fall! The O effect has begun! Finish strong! Welcome to LSU, Terrace!
Reply4 months
AWESOME!!!!!! The first 5* prospect of 2018 is in the fold. Now Coach O and Coach Raymond can focus on the second of the class CB Patrick Surtain. GEAUX TIGERS!!!!!!!PURPLEREIGN???????
Reply4 months
Nothing like playing for your own folk- your state- your university-
Reply4 months
Hold that Tiger!!!
Reply4 months
This is a good Christmas present!!
Reply4 months
I want his qb also!!!
Reply4 months
Seems like Marshall had to slow down a lot to catch the long balls.
4 months
Who was the last LSU receiver ranked #1 in the country out of HS?
Reply4 months
Reuben Randle
4 months
Another stud. Thanks.
4 months
Actually, Malachi Dupre was #1 receiver in the nation out of HS.
4 months
OOOOHHH BOY! We on the move now...pretty good recruiting efforts by the staff and looks like a nice group of athletes. Of course, it's on the field where we will find out how good they are. GOOOOOOOO TIGERS!
Reply4 months
Welcome!!! What a great class this is turning out to be....Go Tigers!!!!
Reply4 months
Let’s finish out with H Joiner, Surtain and QB Foster and drop the mic
Reply4 months
I think Joiner and Surtain will sign. Foster probably headed elsewhere.
4 months
You 4got about S Kelvin Joseph and WR Lawrence Keys III.
4 months
WE RIDIN!!!!! BOOM
Reply4 months
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