Elite five-star wide receiver Rakim Jarrett from Washington, D.C. announced Saturday that he has committed to LSU.

Jarrett, a 6-0 195-pound prospect from St. John's College HS, is rated the No. 2 wide receiver in the country for the class of 2020, according to all major recruiting websites.


LSU now has 13 verbal commitments for the class of 2020 with the addition of Jarrett.

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

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51 Comments
I like that purple jersey!
Reply17 months
The 2020 class is completely out of control right now. Man I hope we sign most of these guys.
Reply17 months
Who's gonna throw him the ball?
Reply17 months
The QB....here, hope this helps: LINK /
17 months
Stop being so Negative! “O”’s Pushin the right buttons with this Team! You’ll see!!!
17 months
You don’t think someone will be able to between Max Johnson and TJ Finnley?
17 months
Please respect his decision if he reopens his recruitment process. Blah blah blah
Reply17 months
Awesome. I'll cheer when he signs/sends his LOI.
Reply17 months
Wait a minute, I thought we were in a decline, according to the rant.
Reply17 months
The Rant says....... Lol.
17 months
Come on down, young Tiger! Hope to see you catchin' what our QB's or throwin'!
Reply17 months
Welcome sir.
Reply17 months
In a week it’ll be...
Reply17 months
LSU must be number 1 now for 2020!!!!!
Reply17 months
6 foot is a mistake, right?
Reply17 months
Jarvis Landry is 5-11. Jalen Waddle is 5-10
17 months
No, that’s the perfect height for a receiver.
17 months
Doesn’t matter without a qb
Reply17 months
Poor attitude! This not the same offense as it was with Les. We have current and future QB’s that can run our system! You’ll see.
17 months
STFU you negative bitch
17 months
You stupid
17 months
Hot time, summer in the city, O’s recruiting looking really pretty-
Reply17 months
Jeaux Brady seems to be paying off so far so good !!!
Reply17 months
My man!! .....O puttin’ in serious work.
Reply17 months
Good job, O! Getting the player has always been his forte!
Reply17 months
very impressive job by coach O
Reply17 months
Can ya smell what Eaux is cooking!!!!
Reply17 months
Smells like some ‘strong arse offers’
17 months
Excellent choice by Rakim...he will never regret that. I can't wait to see him running out of that tunnel on a crisp fall night!
Reply17 months
theOG
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As weird as it is, there is a proven path of coming to LSU, catching passes from a mediocre quarterback, and moving on to a successful NFL career.
Reply17 months
... Cause they learn how to run block! That is a lost art in college football and NFL coaches appreciate guys who value run blocking.
17 months
LSU qb >you so frick off
17 months
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