Elite five-star quarterback Caleb Williams from Washington, DC announced his top five schools on Monday and included LSU in the group.

His top five schools are Clemson, LSU, Maryland, Penn State, and Oklahoma.

Williams is the No. 1 rated dual-threat quarterback for the class of 2021, according to 247 Sports and Rivals. The 6-1, 209-pound prospect from Gonzaga HS visited LSU during the Texas A&M game last November.


For more info Willaims, visit his profile page on our 2021 Recruiting Tracker.

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28 Comments
half these kids turn their heads several times before deciding
Reply2 days
Under Armour is about to go ALL IN...
Reply5 days
I'd be very surprised if he landed at LSU. If he's all in like some of you seem to think, why hasn't he committed?
Reply5 days
He has already committed to OU.
5 days
I'd normally care what this prima dona is up to but I more importantly care about a more pressing concern
Reply6 days
No Texas A&M??? Lol
Reply6 days
What?? No Alabama?
Reply6 days
Maryland is only ten miles from home.
Reply6 days
Don't be surprised if he goes there too. We already had one 5 start DC area kid do this.
5 days
Stands for OU shoulda seen what happened when they played LSU
Reply6 days
so why is the University of Oklahoma called "OU"?
Reply6 days
Oregon used to brand themselves us UO. IDK who came first though
6 days
Maybe the same reason ULL tries to call themselves UL!
6 days
Maryland will buy him just like they did the WR from this past class!
Reply6 days
Lol you don't think he's being bought by anyone who gets him, including lsu
6 days
Then they will say they stole 2 from LSU...lol (Maryland)
6 days
Maryland lock
Reply6 days
You may be right. The 1 school on that list that is definitely out of place is Maryland.
6 days
He picked a damn good game to make his official visit.
Reply6 days
I thought Georgia was a favorite
Reply6 days
My sources tell me he’s all Oklahoma at this point. Reason being because of the recent departure of Joe Brady
Reply6 days
Once Myles Brennan shows out he'll be on board
6 days
Who's your source? That monkey?
6 days
And your "sources" are not going to be identified of course.
6 days
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