Elite five-star running back and major LSU target Zachary Evans has announced that he will be making his college commitment this upcoming Wednesday.


The 6-0, 200-pound prospect from Houston, Texas (North Shore HS) is the No. 1 running back in the country for the class of 2020, according to 247Sports. His top schools are believed to be LSU, Georgia, Texas, Ohio State, Alabama, and Oklahoma.

Evans visited LSU unofficially back in the summer and took his official visit to Baton Rouge for the Auburn game on October 26.

For more info on Evans, visit his profile page on our 2020 Recruiting Tracker.

Comments

16 Comments
Some posters have suggested that Evans is a "head case." If that's true, why do we want him?
Reply22 months
Last few years Texas have lost a number of Top Talent to LSU...trend continue.
Reply23 months
We land this dude.... we got the BEST BACKFIELD in the country for atleast the next two years, hands down.
Reply23 months
Huge shout out to KLC if we land Evans. They grew up playing FB together up through high school
Reply23 months
We have 2 stud freshman in TDP and Emery. Who does Ohio State have backing up Dobbins? That could factor into this decision.
Reply23 months
Commit...de-commit. Rinse and repeat. Aside...LSU/Death Valley is THE place to play. Don't get any better.
Reply23 months
That boy good
Reply23 months
Kardell and the beef will pave your way sir
Reply23 months
If he wasn’t all LSU he’d be waiting until after the championship game. He’s going Tigers.
Reply23 months
im feeling it's to the good guys
Reply23 months
Does this mean more decommits coming this week
Reply23 months
Come on over
Reply23 months
Stars aligning in Baton Rouge!
Reply23 months
thats a geaux tigers
Reply23 months
Hell yeah. Go zach. Bring these other guys home with ya.
Reply23 months
Timing interesting. Announced day after the A&M blowout and A&M is also a finalist with LSU. He comin.
23 months
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