Elite five-star cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. from Baton Rouge unveiled his top six schools over the weekend and included LSU in the mix.

His top schools are LSU, Georgia, Florida, Texas, Michigan, and Stanford.


The 6-0, 175-pound prospect from Dunham School was a one-time LSU verbal commit but reopened his recruitment last April. He is rated the No. 1 cornerback in the county for the class of 2019, according to Rivals.

For more info on Stingley Jr., visit his profile page on our 2019 Recruiting Tracker.

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If you plan on living in Louisiana after his run through college and possibly the NFL Stanford doesn't help as much as LSU. He just needs to choose a solid major and gain an education. Not just be on the stay eligible plan which doesn't really work toward a degree.
Reply3 months
I’m sure he’s a good kid. But, I’m done with the “look at me” posts social media has created.
Reply3 months
He needs to pick Stanford.
Reply3 months
Why
3 months
I would, for the world class education. Best university in the US, probably the world.
3 months
if LSU loses all these instate kids to bama then O has issues. Cant keep losing top instate talent to a rival. I have a bad feeling this may happen.
Reply3 months
Ifs and buts
3 months
bama isn't even in his Top 6. Quit ya whining!
3 months
Patrick Surtain Jr written all over this
Reply3 months
MSH
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How do you not choose Stanford?
Reply3 months
Cause Stanford sucks
3 months
Dude, you can't make an 11th hour Bama commitment if they're not one of your "top schools."
Reply3 months
Bama lock
Reply3 months
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