Four-star wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase announced that he has committed to LSU and will sign with the Tigers.

The Metairie, LA native chose the Tigers over Auburn.


Chase, a 6-1, 192-pound prospect from Archbishop Rummel, is rated the No. 4 wide receiver in the country and the No. 1 overall player from the State of Louisianna for the class of 2018, according to 247Sports.

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

Comments

19 Comments
good for the man and the Tigers
Reply4 months
Need to see a QB that’s better than average emerge. Until then, we will be 9-3 also rans.
Reply4 months
I agree, great QB play is what has kept LSU from staying elite. Its a must to compete for championships.
4 months
Maybe Marshall and Chase will be the new Beckham and Landry. We can only hope! Geaux Tigers.
Reply4 months
I'm happy with the kids we have. God bless you Jamarr! Wish you the best college football career.
Reply4 months
He’s from Louisiannnnnnnna.
Reply4 months
Huge signing here. Two bigtime talents at wr. We needed this
Reply4 months
Hopefully LSU has a q.b that can get him the ball.
Reply4 months
Brennan is gonna be nice. Great arm and a wealth of talent around him.
4 months
The have two big talent qbs on the roster. Not at all worried about the qb
4 months
Mouche what makes you so dead set on Brennan, I want Lowell to have a fair shot....So many people just want to give it to Brennan whenever Narcisse is bigger, stronger, faster, is more capable of running when the pocket collapses, we just have to see how his passing develops in the off season....Honestly cant wait for the spring game to see the two play
4 months
Geaux Tigers!!!!!
Reply4 months
Welcome aboard. Make Surtain your bitch.
Reply4 months
Welcome aboard Ja'Marr. Time for you and Marshall to roast Surtain!
Reply4 months
Negative LSU fans happy now??
Reply4 months
No, they won't be happy, they are negative. They will lament the losses rather than celebrate the successes.
4 months
The majority of these negators are really not LSU fans. Their hatred for everything O does says it all. When you want your Coach to fail at every turn and are happy when they lose so it may equal firing the coach, thats not the definition of a fan.
4 months
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