Talented four-star wide receiver JaMarr Chase from Metairie, LA tweeted out some pictures from his official visit to LSU over the weekend. Check it out:

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.

He originally committed to Florida back in July of 2017, choosing the Gators over LSU and TCU but de-committed in November and reopened his recruitment. The Tigers are believed to be the team to beat for his commitment.

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


So this kid was originally committed to Jim McElwain’s staff? That is surprising to me but he will be a good get for LSU. You just gotta admire the elite level of talent that Louisiana pumps out every year.
Reply1 month
Great get for LSU. Smh. What a WR class of Chase, Copeland and Thornton could've been.
Reply1 month
There's honestly no reason a player from louisiana, especially south louisiana, should go elsewhere. We have everything we need here to win championships. We obviously have the talent surrounding them, as we have the most players in the nfl damn near every season, and if you are a good player you will be developed here and get drafted...potentially very high. With Brennan now slinging the rock, we will be a threat not only rushing the ball, but passin as well. Why would you leave? Seriously? What will another school do for you and your football career that LSU cant? We have all the tools needed for a player to be successful.
Reply1 month
We have everything that we need to win a championship yet we haven't won one since 2007. I'll say that means we are missing something....and that is coaching. Isiah Buggs went to Bama to win a title. That worked out beautifully for him.
1 month
You sound really confident Brennan will be the starting QB. Narcisse could possibly be our starter.
1 month
Man, what an opportunity...he could light it up in Tiger Stadium in front of everyone that used to come to watch him play in high school!...all while the rest of the country watches him play on TV!
Reply1 month
Yeah, he's coming to LSU. You see how his whole family is there with him? Usually that's a telling sign that a player is going to come to that program. He isn't going to leave his family. He has angreat opportunity to play early here and we have all the resources and facilities that anyone would ever need. Why leave when you have a top 10 program right here in your backyard? And you can play in front of your family and friends and travel home within an hour. He's going to be a tiger. I expect chase, surtain jr, and goodrich to be our last signees, finishing us in the top 10 in the recruiting rankings. Geaux tigers.
Reply1 month
Damn he's big. Reminds me of Eric Reid wearing that jersey
Reply1 month
Does the whole family get LSU gear on OV? I need a relative that plays to be good!!
Reply1 month
What is the OV at the end of Louisiana State University?
Reply1 month
Official Visit
1 month
I know what OV means but “Louisianna” has stumped me. Come on Larry...I mean TD Staph Reporter. Gotta admit - the kid looks good in that uniform!
1 month
Hop on da Shrimp Boat... Let's Geaux!!!!
Reply1 month
Well, come on!
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