The LSU coaching staff extended an offer to elite five-star running back Quavaris Crouch from Charlotte, NC on Monday.


Crouch, a 6-2, 222-pound prospect from Harding High School is rated the No. 1 running back in the country and the No. overall recruit for the class of 2019, according to Rivals.

He was named North Carolina's 2017-18 Gatorade State Football Player of the Year this past season.



For more info on Crouch, visit his profile page on our 2019 Recruiting Tracker.

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17 Comments
We are going to kill it in recruiting next year.
Reply11 months
Runs just like Fournette did in high school and college . If he comes to LSU he will not only play as a freshman but will lead LSU to wins over Bama and national championship with All American QB Myles Brennan
Reply11 months
Never hurts to offer. If he accepts, sign him! If not, Louisiana is apparently stacked with 5 star running backs in next years class! Things are looking up!
Reply11 months
If he doesn't make it in football, there's a future for him in a Harry Potter sequel.
Reply11 months
What happen to the other running back recruits that committed to Lau for 2019, didn't L$u have 1 or 2 running backs they offered and they committed? Will be good to get 2 in this class
Reply11 months
I thought I was the only one named Quavaris
Reply11 months
I’m John Jacob Jingleheimershmidt but my cousin is named Quavaris.
11 months
North Carolina players are overrated. They tend to soft.
Reply11 months
Gurley sucked
11 months
i hope Lewis Neal and Greg Gilmore kick your a**
11 months
Can they get him on campus several times and he will enjoy it
Reply11 months
Bama lock!
Reply11 months
Nobody does this anymore ****
11 months
lock your nuts and don't reproduce....
11 months
I heard this is Eric Crouch’s son
Reply11 months
SWINGGG and a miss.....
11 months
Come on down and take a visit...you'll be hooked like the rest of us were!
Reply11 months
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