Talented four-star cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis from Mobile, AL unveiled his top six schools on Tuesday and included LSU in the group.

His top schools are USC, Auburn, Georgia, Florida State, LSU and Florida.


The 6-1, 160-pound prospect from St. Paul's Episcopal in Mobile, is rated the No. 9 cornerback in the country and the No. 2 overall player from the state of Alabama for the class of 2018, according to 247Sports.

For more info on Armour-Davis, visit his profile page on our 2018 Recruiting Tracker.

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Glad to see he didn't mention Alabama. Smart kid!
Reply11 months
"BAMA can have him if they want him."
Reply11 months
Auburn lock
Reply11 months
No Bama must mean he did not drink the Kook Aid .
Reply11 months
What's "kook" aid?
11 months
Kook is a eacial slurr directed towards black people obviously sweet daddy is an ignorant gump
11 months
Since when is kook a racial slur toward black people? It's always meant a crazy or weird person. In Hawaii it's always meant a person new to surfing or any water sport. You must mean "spook"?
11 months
Hmmm no Bama??
Reply11 months
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