Elite five-star dual-threat quarterback Caleb Williams sure looks great in purple and gold, doesn't he?


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 Washington, DC visited LSU during the Texas A&M game this past November.

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

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My twitter feed has a picture of my Chihuahua on an LSU blanket. Wonder what it means....wait, I know. Not a dang thing.
Reply3 months
We all know what it means...
3 months
Well it means we get your man card. Hand it over.
3 months
Don't think he'll be allowed to wear number 9.
Reply3 months
It’s means something until he posts “respect my decision”
Reply3 months
If trolling, it’s next level stuff
Reply3 months
always is until he signs to a school
3 months
I mean didnt he have the Clemson profile pic before? Kid just having fun with it. Try not to take too much from this stuff now....you are probably wrong anyway. Its a long road to NEXT FEBRUARY.
3 months
Next level? It’s literally the basic form of trolling
3 months
Let's see if he's Breanne enough to eventually fill Burrow's shoes. Commit early and help recruit the best class ever.
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*Brave
3 months
Who is breanne?
3 months
Breanne of Tarthe
3 months
Prolly photoshopped with 5 other team unis
Reply3 months
Photoshopped the LSU locker room in the background, as well?
3 months
And he has 5 twitters? You're extra stupid, as well as the 4 other morons who up voted you. Idiots.
3 months
Dual threat equals no threat. Usually these guys are sub-par passers. I’d prefer a pro-style QB who can read a defense and who makes smart decisions.
Reply3 months
Burrow was labeled a dual threat QB coming out of HS
3 months
So you’re saying burrow was sub-par? Dude could run and move as good as he threw
3 months
Hahaha, what a bad take. Wow.
3 months
Everybody needs to chill with the negativity, I mean when was the last time LSU had the interest of a QB of this caliber this early in the process? Probably never, so please people just soak in the fact that the Tigers are generating interest from higher caliber prospects.
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That’s right! I mean, don’t get all Overly excited yet... but what the problem with the top QB showing interest in LSU?
3 months
How can this guy play? He's only got one leg in that pic.
Reply3 months
Its awesome how one great championship team quarterback and an offensive coordinator can change a culture and the minds of kids around the country about what a team will do and can do with their skill set.
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No thanks on this kid, and wearing that No.9 is disrespectful.
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The jersey isnt retired (yet). Settle down pawpaw
3 months
So I guess you would like to get rid of the number 7 tradition also? That number should be used to recruit elite talent at quarterback.
3 months
No Thanks!!?!?!?!?!??! Are you a Bama troll?
3 months
Number 9 should be retired. A statue of Joe Burrow should be put up.
Reply3 months
Was thinking same thing. Looks good in purple and gold but it won’t be #9
3 months
# 9 should continue to be used as such is the STANDARD OF PLAY expected. There will be a statue in time.
3 months
Brandon Harris? Oh sorry that was the other duel threat
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EN GARDE!!!!!
3 months
Joe burrow was a dual threat too you fricking moron
3 months
People like trolling LSU smh
Reply3 months
I was thinking the same thing- that picture means nothing going forward...
3 months
Come on down Caleb ! Were always looking for elite talent to join the team here In Baton Rouge!
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I like his confidence, he knows JB went from unknown to a legend at LSU. He thinks he can be as good as Joe Burrow or better.
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"dual-threat quarterback" Every time I see these 3 words at LSU I cringe. Maybe it'll be different this time around.
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Joe Burrow was the a dual threat also. Find his running statistics and you will see that. Because we ended up with a few dual threats that were terrible doesn’t mean every dual threat QB is terrible.
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I don’t know if all of the previous dual threat qb’s were bad. All of those guys were highly rated and recruited out of high school. And it can’t be coincidence that they all looked bad while playing for us. Chances are they would have looked better if we had a coordinator during that time period that understood modern day football.
3 months
Joe was about as much of a dual threat as flynn
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I'm not a fan of run first guys, but his highlight reel looks pretty good. But for all of you citing Joe, he was never a run first guy.
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I am not sure of what a run-first guy means in the SEC. As QBs learn the system they seems to use run as a escape. Cam Newton ???
3 months
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