Elite five-star cornerback Patrick Surtain Jr. will announce his college decision next Wednesday on ESPN during a National Signing Day ceremony at 8:30 a.m. CT.


Surtain Jr., the No. 1 cornerback in the country for the class of 2018, plays American Heritage in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

LSU is the team to beat for the 6-2, 180-pound prospect with Alabama, Clemson, and Miami also in the mix.


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

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22 Comments
we have no CB's proven but Greedy on the roster we need to add Surtain. He would be the prize of the class
Reply23 days
Fulton?
22 days
It’s beyond me why someone of his caliber would want to be coached by someone like Coach O in college.
Reply23 days
Maybe he knows coach Raymond is one of the best in the country and puts his players in the NFL year after year. Just a guess
23 days
Maybe it's because he'd actually be coached by one of the top defensive coordinators in Dave Arranda.
23 days
Because he WON’T be coached by o in college. He’s not a DL.
23 days
LSU did not recruit him at all. If they recruited him as Athlete , Im sure he would have stayed home. He isn't holding that against LSU though.
Reply23 days
LSU did recruit him. Frank Wilson was his recruiter before taking the job at UTSA. Frank introduced both Pat and his son to Corey Raymond. And Pat's son is coming to LSU! I'm 100 percent sure of it!!
23 days
yaw yaw hol dat tigah
Reply23 days
I live right down the street from American Heritage. I hope he comes to LSU. We haven't had much luck signing kids from that school
Reply24 days
He isn’t a must but he’s close. Getting someone like him may bring in other big names. Just wish he would announce early enough to allow the others to follow suit
Reply24 days
He’s probably a Bama lock and just trolling the hell out of LSU
Reply24 days
I watched his dad beat the shite out of STM in the state playoffs. Robert Royal was also on that Karr team. I always wondered why he went to USM and not LSU. Hopefully, we're worthy of the son.
Reply24 days
Most likely had to do with academics
24 days
Because he wanted to play QB but quickly changed to CB once at southern miss
24 days
LSU did not recruit him at all. If they recruited him as Athlete , Im sure he would have stayed home. He isn't holding that against LSU though.
23 days
please please oh God please .....
Reply24 days
Hope and Pray
Reply24 days
It’s happening!
Reply24 days
Hold that tiger!
Reply24 days
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