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Multiple sources are reporting that four-star wide receiver Alex Adams from Magnolia, Mississippi has committed to LSU.

The 6-1, 170-pound prospect from South Pike High School was a one-time Mississippi State commit but reopened his recruitment last May. He is rated the No. 8 overall player from the state of Mississippi, according to 247Sports.

Adams becomes LSU's third wide receiver in the 2020 recruiting class joining four-star prospects Kayshon Boutte and Koy Moore.


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

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Hey, nice to attain a commitment from an out of state WR recruit whom in his own words "always wanted to be a Tiger" instead of some prick WR who wants to lie and then decommit the program as a way to "allegedly" get back at LSU for moving on from a former verbal commit from Maryland. Anyway, excuse the rant. Welcome aboard Alex! Btw guys, Alex is a legit 4-star according to the latest 24/7 sports rankings.
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Hopefully this means we are not taking that train wreck Zach Evans
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Joe Butrow was a 3-star QB according to Rivals.
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Welcome home Alex. Pay no attention to all these negatives on here, just come in, be coached up, do your school work and play the way Coach O knows you can play and we’ll be watching you on Sundays in a few years.
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Stars matter for different positions. Wr not as much, offensive lineman, absolutely. Rb yes, safety no. Athletic young men can be taught some positions through coaching while others you need a certain frame for and stars are based on that big time. No matter how good a 5 foot 7 lineman that's 210 is, he isn't getting stars.
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LSU offers players scholarships, based on a Talent evaluation process! Not by star rankings. But a true Talent evaluation process!
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Haven’t ertlesrned not to worry about “star” rating? LSU players (star ratings) Jacob Hester - 2* Justin Jefferson - 3* Maurice Claiborne - 3* Alfred Blue - 3* Brandon LaFell - 3* Trindon Hoilday - 3* Also: Tom Brady - 0* Ben Roethlisberger - 0* Aaron Rodgers -3* Dak Prescott - 3* Matt Ryan - 3*
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Haven’t we learned...
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Yeah, Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State, LSU and every other national champion in the BCS era have ALL had top recruiting rankings, so, as a whole, stars matter a while damn lot.
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@jdutto3 If your favorite team is consistently recruiting in the top 15 rankings yearly, you can reasonably expect your team to compete for conference championships. There’s little difference between 1-10 or 15.
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Ask justin jefferson does stars matter
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Every once in a blue moon is not one you to model your program after.
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S.Pike historically puts out good football players.Welcome young man!
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3 star actually but he looks good
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Ya well Kayshon is a 5 star now so we still equal 12
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Actually, he's a 4* is you use 247's rankings. ESPN and Rivals have him as a 3* - mostly due to grades, not talent.
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He is a 3 star
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With racey, chase and Marshall starting we will score 50 easy with Brennan slinging it. He will be up for the challenge I assure you
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Welcome to the family Alex
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And LSU will again average at least 50 points a game this season
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To be honest, I would be very happy if LSU averaged at least 40-42 points per game. The '07 title team averaged 38+ per game with a top 3 defense.
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Damn we are stacked at WR position. If MB can sling it out with accuracy, it's going to be like Madden
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I like this player and am excited about his potential. But, I wish there was better consistency in using the ratings. Instead of using just the highest rating of whatever source, pick on and go with that. Adams is a 4* with 247, but he's a 3* on their composite that averages several sites (their own, Rivals, and ESPN). On those sites, he's a 3* - mostly due to grade issues. Based on his skill and potential, he IS a 4*.
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He would be a five star if he committed to Bama
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Am old, tired narrative.
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4 Stars ? Where? All listed sources have him at 3.
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247 not the Composite but there own rankings.
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"Mississippis"?
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