Four-star Kansas wide receiver commit Devonta Jason unveiled his top seven schools and included LSU in the mix.

The 6-3, 185-pound prospect from Landry-Walker HS in New Orleans was originally committed to LSU but reopened his recruitment last Summer. He gave his verbal pledge to Kansas last February.

He is rated the No. 4 wide receiver in the country and the No. 2 overall player from the state of Louisianna, according to Rivals.

Jason's top schools are Kansas, Mississippi State, LSU, Miami, Ole Miss, West Virginia, and Tennesse.

For more info on Jason, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tacker.


Commit to Kansas... recruiting process slows down.... What do you do when not as much attention is coming your way??.. Release a top 7.. #attentionseeker
Reply5 months
That's an interesting list.
Reply5 months
Maybe he wants to tour the country. Maybe he likes dirt, that's all there is in Kansas, dirt.
Reply5 months
Why is a 16 year old narrowing his choices to 7 schools news?!
Reply5 months
Kansas should pull his scholarship offer, obviously he isn't going there. So he "committed" but has a top 7...comical at this point!
Reply5 months
I don't see any threats to LSU in that list. Sorry
Reply5 months
So he's committed to Kansas but pulls out a top 7. Nice.
Reply5 months
Those cats aren't going to Kansas, IMO. I think this is a sign the honeymoon may be over. In fact, I think we have a good chance with Jason and Harris, assuming we haven't stopped recruiting them. Kansas doesn't get all the Top 10 Kansas players, how are they going to come take 2 of our Top 10?
5 months
No shite. Make a commitment and stick to it.
5 months
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