Four-star safety Kwantel Raines from Aliquippa, PA announced his top 15 schools on Monday and included LSU in the mix.

His top schools in alphabetical order are Cal, Florida, Iowa State, Kentucky, Louisville, LSU, Maryland, Michigan State, Penn State, Pitt, South Carolina, TCU, Virginia Tech, West Virginia and Wisconsin.


The 6-3, 190-pound prospect from Aliquippa High School is rated the No. 10 safety in the country for the class of 2018, according to ESPN and 247Sports. He received his offer from LSU on February 6th.

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

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LSU should be in just about every player's top 15. this is not news
Reply50 months
Gotta stop recognizing these kids top 15 top, 10 etc. means nothing.
Reply50 months
I would like to take this time to come out on record and list my top 128 teams.
Reply50 months
TD don't post any kid with a list more than 3 please
Reply50 months
Some incredible names from Aliquippa. Tony Dorsett, Sean Gilbert, Ty Law, Paul Posluszny, Mike Ditka, Darrelle Revis, Pistol pete. Need to get that pipeline to LSU.
Reply50 months
The all time NCAA basketball scoring leader came from Aliquippa, PA. A record that will never be broken.
Reply50 months
Wonder why he limited himself to only 15? Weird
Reply50 months
This is getting a little out of hand
Reply50 months
Kwantel lol
Reply50 months
He gets a pass for "top 15" because of the DBU and zip it
Reply50 months
This is not news.Top 2 is about the only thing worth posting and even that isn't always solid. I loathe these lists.
Reply50 months
Not news
Reply50 months
Top 15? Comon TD you can do better than this.
Reply50 months
Lol top 15 This shits like myspace
Reply50 months
Lol
50 months
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