After visiting LSU this weekend, dual-threat quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr. from Zachary, LA (Zachary HS) announced that he has committed to the Tigers.

He chose the LSU over Maryland, Tulane, and Harvard.


Scott, a 5-11, 205-pound prospect from Zachary, LA (Zachary HS) was originally committed to Syracuse but decommitted on January 17. The talented QB lead his team to a state championship this past season and was recently named Louisiana Gatorade Player of the Year.

LSU now has 23 commitments for the class of 2016.

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

Comments

26 Comments
Very nice. Welcome Mr. Scott
Reply63 months
Welcome aboard Lindsey and when people tell you that you are to short, just tell them Mugsey Bogues, and walk away.
Reply63 months
Mr Louisiana indeed... great man
Reply63 months
I don't understand why height matters this much for QB's at all in college ratings. There are shorter quarterbacks doing just fine in the NFL. It's an outdated mentality of the position.
Reply63 months
While some excel when they are height challenged, at no point do you ever discount height as being an attribute.
Reply63 months
Miles and CC are DAM lucky to have LS. Guess better to be lucky than smart!!!
Reply63 months
Charlie Ward? Man who gives a damn? Blueboy sounds like you need to find another team to pull for. Just a little bitter not to mention wrong. Hillarious.
Reply63 months
Same size as Russell Wilson at 5'11", 205
Reply63 months
Thanks for choosing our tigers young man!
Reply63 months
Blueboy- I can't tell if you're really as stupid as you sound or if it's an act. Either way, you have the moron act on lock
Reply63 months
If I'm 5'11 QB, I'd have gone with the Harvard offer.
Reply63 months
Huge pickup.
Reply63 months
I smell a blue gump
Reply63 months
Not encouraging this kid to go to Harvard borders on unethical.
Reply63 months
Best addition to LSU roster
Reply63 months
An inch shorter than Drew Brees, one of the most prolific QBs of all time. Oh noz!
Reply63 months
*Louisiana State University. But this is exciting, glad you're on board, young dude.
Reply63 months
Why isn't he going to UGA?
Reply63 months
He deserved that offer. I'm glad he pulled the trigger on it. Best of luck to him.
Reply63 months
LSU doubling down on a failed strategy
Reply63 months
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