Justin Watkins, a former four-star LSU commit for the class of 2018, announced his top five schools in order on Twitter and the Tigers landed at No. 5.


Watkins, a 6-0, 157-pound prospect from Ocala, FL (North Marion) originally committed to LSU last April. He is rated the No. 3 athlete in the country for the class of 2018, according to 247 Sports.

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

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15 Comments
Not sure how losing out on a 157lb string bean hurts us. Oh well. Is he still jr high or something. Some recruits and their 15 yr old comment are just plain stupid
Reply61 months
He could eat himself and not gain 5 lbs
Reply61 months
157 lb? I'm surprised he didn't get hurt announcing his school list.
Reply61 months
This dude needs to bulk up
Reply61 months
2018...................................... M
Reply61 months
Not a big fan of ATHs. Pick a position and focus on that. Mold your craft. I'd rather a guy that's great at one position, than average at every position.
Reply61 months
I am taking this seriously
Reply61 months
6' 157 lbs? yikes.
Reply61 months
I does one go from committed to LSU to having FOUR teams ahead of them? Recruiting is getting dumb
Reply61 months
So you are telling me we have a chance!
Reply61 months
Go from commited to nearly out of his top 5? Troll he going to be a tiger
Reply61 months
Someone dropped the ball on this kid
Reply61 months
wut?
61 months
It's probably closer to the truth that a 16 year old kid simply changed his mind.
61 months
LSU will be fine either way....getting athletes isn't a problem.
61 months
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