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.

Comments

28 Comments
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.
Reply6 months
Hopefully this means we are not taking that train wreck Zach Evans
Reply6 months
Joe Butrow was a 3-star QB according to Rivals.
Reply6 months
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.
Reply6 months
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.
Reply6 months
LSU offers players scholarships, based on a Talent evaluation process! Not by star rankings. But a true Talent evaluation process!
Reply6 months
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*
Reply6 months
Haven’t we learned...
6 months
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.
6 months
@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.
6 months
Ask justin jefferson does stars matter
Reply6 months
Every once in a blue moon is not one you to model your program after.
6 months
S.Pike historically puts out good football players.Welcome young man!
Reply6 months
3 star actually but he looks good
Reply6 months
Ya well Kayshon is a 5 star now so we still equal 12
6 months
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.
6 months
He is a 3 star
Reply6 months
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
Reply6 months
Welcome to the family Alex
Reply6 months
And LSU will again average at least 50 points a game this season
Reply6 months
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.
6 months
Damn we are stacked at WR position. If MB can sling it out with accuracy, it's going to be like Madden
Reply6 months
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*.
Reply6 months
He would be a five star if he committed to Bama
Reply6 months
Am old, tired narrative.
6 months
4 Stars ? Where? All listed sources have him at 3.
Reply6 months
247 not the Composite but there own rankings.
6 months
"Mississippis"?
Reply6 months
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