Just a few days after stopping by LSU's campus for an unofficial visit on Tuesday, elite wide receiver Terrace Marshall included the Tigers in his top four schools on Friday night.

Joining LSU on the list was Miami, Texas, and Texas A&M.

Noticeably not in his top four schools was TCU where his high school quarterback and LSU target Justin Rogers recently committed to. Both Marshall and Rogers have expressed interest in playing together for the same team in college.


Marshall, a 6-4, 186-pound prospect from Bossier City, LA (Parkway HS), received his offer from LSU in February of 2016. He is the No. 1 wide receiver in the country and the No. 1 overall player from the state of Louisianna for the class of 2018 according to the 247Sports.

For more info on Marshall, visit his profile page on our 2018 Recruiting Tracker.

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18 Comments
WE WOULD LOVE FOR YOU TO COME TO YOUR STATE LSU AND HAVE FUN CATCT BALLS GOODLUCK
Reply9 months
LSU SUPER LOCK!
Reply15 months
TCU lock
Reply16 months
Does LSU even have a QB?
Reply16 months
You will find out. What does it matter, LSU beats your team without one!
16 months
Yeah, Lowell Narcisse. The one Auburn wanted last season.
16 months
Marshall is a MUST HAVE in this class. It will likely come down to a battle of the offensive masterminds in this recruiting process, Canada and Herman. If it does indeed come down to those two schools, I really like LSU's chances. But this will be a battle that isn't over until ink is dry, even if an early commitment comes.
Reply16 months
LSU lock, not even worried about this guy
Reply16 months
He ain't coming.
Reply16 months
Gotta like our chances
Reply16 months
Who edits or proofreads these articles? "Louisianna"? Really? That's embarrassing?
Reply16 months
LOCK
Reply16 months
I don't think this young man is going to TCU with his HS qb, but you never know. No one knows how they will fare when making the transition from HS to college, so why follow another freshman and tie your fate to that same player? I think he will make the right decision for himself as an individual and hopefully, that means LSU!
Reply16 months
Only way he follows his high school QB to TCU is if he wants to continue running a high school offense. If Marshall wants to go to the league, he'll be at LSU next season.
16 months
If you want the NFL career you crave, you pick LSU man.
Reply16 months
Pretty cool thing the did with the jersey.
Reply16 months
There is no place like home. Geaux Tigers
Reply16 months
LSU is a really great place to matriculate, my man. Achieve!
Reply16 months
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