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Elite five-star cornerback Patrick Surtain Jr. from Fort Lauderdale, FL (American Heritage) unveiled his top six schools this week and included LSU in the mix.

His top schools are LSU, Alabama, Ohio State, Florida, Clemson, and Florida State.

Surtain Jr. is the consensus No. 1 cornerback in the country and the No. 1 player from Florida for the class of 2018.


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


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19 Comments
He's trolling. Gonna follow his dad
Reply50 months
His dad was a stallion at Edna Karr. I watched him beat the crap out of STM in the state playoffs. Former LSU TE Robert Royal was also on that Karr team. I guess he never left Florida.
Reply50 months
Dad went to Edna Karr.
Reply50 months
Possibly the next Patrick Peterson type DB to some out of LSU? LSU is the place for top DBs. We sure could use this guy and possibly another big time DB from TX?
Reply50 months
Man, he is going for the big dogs of the college football scene!
Reply50 months
His dad grew up in the Magnolia Projects of New Orleans
Reply50 months
Hope he comes to LSU. I live very close to American Heritage. LSU has recruited kids from there with very little success.
Reply50 months
Because you didn't ask me to respect your decision, I'm going to respect your decision.
Reply50 months
His dad was recruited by Lsu just not for tha position he wanted. SO MISS did then turned around and switch his position to db, the position Lsu was recruiting him for..
Reply50 months
His dad was recruited by Lsu just not for tha position he wanted. SO MISS did then turned around and switch his position to db, the position Lsu was recruiting him for..
Reply50 months
His father was the QB when Edna Martin won their first state title.
50 months
He will be a Tiger! All he wears is LSU Gear around the house. It's a done Deal!!
Reply50 months
That is one heck of a top 6. Hope he wants to be a tiger in the end.
Reply50 months
Zzzzzzzz......
Reply50 months
I don't think top whatever schools is big enough for a headline guys
Reply50 months
Didn't his awesome dad go to Southern? His dad could ball ya'll.
Reply50 months
Dad went to Southern Miss. He was the best player in La. but was not recruited by LSU. Big mistake.
50 months
His dad WAS recruited to LSU
50 months
I'm surtain he will go with DBU(LSU)
Reply50 months
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