The entire LSU coaching staff visited with four-star wide receiver and top priority target Ja’Marr Chase this weekend.

Chase, a 6-1, 192-pound prospect from Metairie, LA (Archbishop Rummel) will be deciding between LSU and Auburn on National Signing Day this Wednesday.


He is rated the No. 4 wide receiver in the country and the No. 1 overall player from the state of Louisiana for the class of 2018, according to 247Sports.

Chase committed to Florida back in July of 2017, choosing the Gators over LSU and TCU but de-committed in November and reopened his recruitment.

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

Comments

18 Comments
Coach Ens looks like he just lit up the bathroom and is loving it
Reply12 months
We comin’ go tigahs. (Does the L hand gesture)
Reply12 months
looks like a meeting my dad would have with his old high school buddies.
Reply12 months
How is the number for overall wide receiver in the nation only a four-star?
Reply12 months
What’s with the loser hand gestures?
Reply13 months
Must be miserable being so stupid all the time. It’s like you posted here just to have another post. I think the Texas Longhorns need more idiotic fans. You’re welcome to leave
13 months
What’s with Texas doing devil signs when take pics. Derb.
13 months
pathetic!!! Aranda's face tells it all!!!
Reply13 months
I get it, we want him, it's a black eye if we don't get him. How many stud receivers can we have? Definitely going to be some attrition. Guess we'll find out who the next Diarses and Quinns are.
Reply13 months
When even Jerry Sullivan leaves the nursing home to come visit you, you know they want you badly.
Reply13 months
Jerry Sullivan looks completely out of place.
Reply13 months
He must have been out in the backyard smoking the brisket and didn’t want to get his LSU gear dirty.
13 months
Of the remaining recruits he and Surtain are musts. Wr and cb are depleted after this year. Very few with any experience are returning.
Reply13 months
Now that's showing love.
Reply13 months
Auburn hasn’t been getting very many Louisiana recruits over the years. I’m pretty sure this kid stays home and he will be an outstanding grab for LSU.
Reply13 months
"State of Louisianna"
Reply13 months
Mardi gras decorations in the background
Reply13 months
tacky AF
13 months
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