The LSU coaching staff received some great news on Monday afternoon when four-star dual-threat quarterback Lowell Narcisse gave his verbal pledge to the Tigers.

LSU now has seven verbal commitments for the class of 2017.

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Narcisse, a 6-3, 224-pound prospect from Saint James, LA (Saint James HS) was a one-time Auburn commit but reopened his recruitment back in January.

He is rated as the No. 1 dual-threat QB for 2017 and the No. 2 overall player from the state of Louisiana, according to ESPN Recruiting. The No. 1 recruit in Louisiana is Tyler Shelvin who is already committed to LSU.

Narcisse is LSU's 2nd quarterback to commit in the last 9 days as the Tigers also landed pro-style QB Myles Brennan last Saturday.

For more info on Narcisse, visit his profile page on our 2017 Recruiting Tracker.
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Gumbo197 months
Welcome to LSU Lowell!
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bradwieser97 months
The Prince references seem a bit tasteless...
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Coach7297 months
Don't let the "dual threat" thing fool you. This kid can spin it. I put him in the same category of other players I've coached against that can single-handedly take over a game: Kevin Faulk, Travis Minor, Warwick Dunn, Brandon Jacobs, Dominick Davis.
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SirWinston97 months
Les Miles keeps crushing it - best coach in LSU history, mates
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Larry Coconut97 months
My only question is, why is there a photo of Lutcher's QB instead of Lowell?
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JakeFromStateFarm97 months
The picture next to Lowell's screenshot saying he committed is of LSU QB Brandon Harris, not Lutcher's QB
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LSUbest97 months
Welcome Lowell !!!!!
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skullopener97 months
He ain't committed till I see the damn FAX!!
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Well that would be him signing...so yea he's still a verbal commit.
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Mouche33797 months
I really hope this doesn't effect Brennan's commitment. He's the guy I prefer. Narcisse is more mobile, but we go plenty of guys who can run with the ball in their hands. We need a guy that will make defenses respect our passing game. Brennan provides that. I hope this doesn't turn out to be another Patterson/Franks tabockal.
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Tiger Vision97 months
Wtf is a tabockal?
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Mouche33797 months
I meant to say debacle. A lot of people didn't like my comment, and that's fine. I doesn't change my opinion. The style of offense we run is better suited to a pro style QB. Russell, Flynn, and Mett flourished under Cameron. All pro style QBs. Harris showed flashes last season, but when has the last time a Duel Threat made our passing game a threat? That's why our receivers enter the draft early. This isn't a race issue. I'm black. Brennan is a pass first QB. He threw for 3000+ yards as a sophomore. Look at his highlights and tell me that this guy won't greatly improve our passing game. That's my opinion and I have the right to it.
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Mouche33797 months
Sorry, Russell and Flynn didn't play under Cameron. I meant to say Les.
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Hugo Stiglitz97 months
Not getting excited until this kid is enrolled. Okay, a little excited.
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therealchampion97 months
Thats more like it..
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Welcome aboard Lowell
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blueboy97 months
yay. MOAR duel threat. it's a winning formula, obviously.
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blueboy97 months
MOAR. Just like Cholly Mac. Lose to Alabama and keep your job, and be a "legend." It's our place!!! We don't deserve success. Because, Louisiana!!!
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Datbayoubengal97 months
Despite Blake Barnett being changed from dual threat to pro style, he is still a pro style QB. That means Alabama's last 3 QB recruits were dual threat QBs. Blake Sims was a dual threat QB. Hell EJ Manuel and Jameis Winston were dual threats. Do you get where I'm coming from? Just because a dual threat plays in a pro style offense, it doesn't mean he will suck. Evaluation, coaching, and offensive philosophy also come into play
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Larry Coconut97 months
By the way, those measurements are off. At the recent New Orleans Elite 11 camp, he measured 6'2 3/4" and weighed 223 lbs.
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Pepe Lepew97 months
the no.2 player in the state is only 4 stars?
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tigerfootball1097 months
He will make an excellent Pocket Passer! If at first you don't succeed....
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steve12397 months
Serious question, not trolling - will this affect Brennan's commitment? I really hope not as I think both have great potential.
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Mouche33797 months
I really hope not...
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RileyTime97 months
Wall [UP] DOWN
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Larry Coconut97 months
This kid's ceiling and upside are off the charts. He's definitely a game-changer!
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smash williams97 months
Boom!!!
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