Four-star LSU linebacker commit Donte Starks announced that he will be signing with the Tigers on December 19, the first day of the early signing day period, at John Ehret High School at 8 a.m.

Starks previously announced that he would wait until National Signing Day to ink with the Tigers but will now sign with LSU next week.


Starks, a 6-1, 215-pound prospect from Marrero, La. is rated the No. 6 inside linebacker in the country and the No. 6 overall player from the state of Louisiana for the class of 2019, according to 247 Sports. He has been committed since July of 2018.

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

Comments

10 Comments
Dude is not going to Kansas.
Reply7 months
What is scary is I just saw that he tweeted that he will decide between 2 schools LSU and Les Miles led Kansas Jayhawks. Now I know Les is a hell of a recruiter but I know LB Donte Starks can't pass up an opportunity to be coached by one of the greatest defensive minds in all of football and compete in the SEC for a basketball school. That wouldn't make might much sense now I don't know what the rules are about players talking to prospects but I think LB Michael Divinity Jr. should have a word with Starks about what it's like to be coached by DC Dave Aranda and playing in Death Valley.
Reply7 months
Christmas came early. Just like me having secks with a milf.
Reply7 months
Secks is great baw
7 months
Wouldn't it be nice to lock up 22+ recruits before Christmas? Could just sit back and relax in February
Reply7 months
You Can relax but Ed O and Company better be signing Some talent on the Dline come Feb 2019
7 months
Says he's signing but not with whom.
Reply7 months
Hold that tiger! I think these guys are realizing with early signing period they need to sign or they may not have a slot. This is great to lock down these in state guys early
Reply7 months
This is how we roll!
Reply7 months
I like the sense of commitment and urgency. Geaux Tigahs
Reply7 months
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