Four-star wide receiver Brennan Eagles from Houston, TX unveiled his Top 10 schools this weekend included LSU in the mix.

His top schools are TCU, Texas, Oklahoma, Florida State, LSU, Ohio State, UCLA, USC, Georgia, and Florida.


The 6-4, 210-pound prospect from Alief Taylor HS, is rated the No. 7 wide receiver in the country and the No. 5 overall player from the state of Texas, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings for 2018.

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

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8 Comments
It's go come down to LSU,Texas,Oklahoma,Ohio st,Florida st. I bet any kinda money
Reply11 months
Article says 4*, his graphic shows 5*, guess he didnt get the memo...
Reply11 months
"Focus" on 10 schools. Really?
Reply11 months
He's probably gotten interest from a 100 different schools. This is focusing. Yes.
11 months
Already throwing up the Ls
Reply11 months
Not sure he knows what "shut down my recruiting process" actually means.
Reply11 months
He does. You just didn't understand what he said. This guy is actually a 5*, not,a 4*. He probably got an offer from every school in the country would felt they had a shot at him. He's narrowed it down to these 10. He shutting down his recruitment to everyone else. Basically, if your not one of the 10, lose his number because you have no shot at him.
11 months
He's still being recruited by those 10 schools, though. Correct? I understood him just fine. Just a strange way to word it.
11 months
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