Talented four-star LSU quarterback commit Garrett Nussmeier (Marcus HS) opened up his senior season last Friday with a 48-31 over Dallas Jesuit.

The 6-2, 185-pound prospect from Flower Mound, Texas, completed 27-of-39 passes for 364 yards with four touchdowns and one interception.

Here's are his highlights from the game:




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

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55 yards in the air on the run. Nice arm.
Reply21 months
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That throw on the run was an absolute dime. However the TD throw in the first video where he is backing up away from the LOS... that's the shite Brennan did in HS. You've got to get comfortable with people around your feet If you wanna be a great QB.
Reply21 months
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TJ and Max need some reps this season if they want to feel confident about the QB depth chart next year.
Reply21 months
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Man he’s really confident and smooth. We knows he’s a leader of men . He could be the guy to take these next few classes all the way
Reply21 months
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I know people don't like comparisons but when you watch all his highlights he looks a lot of like Burrow did. He keeps his eyes down the field under pressure, makes progressions in his reads, accurate, knows when to take off, has poise and confidence. The fact he already has attributes like going through reads tells me he's going to be a good one. That's something very hard to coach, imo.
Reply21 months
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Yep, I've been trying to defend Myles, but it feels like Nuss is going to come in next year and be in contention to start unless Myles begins to really pick things up.
21 months
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Can he play Saturday?
Reply21 months
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Can he run & make quick decisions? If so, SOLD!
Reply21 months
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This guy will be the next franchise QB for LSU. The future is bright!
Reply21 months
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That brightness is in Rock Hill, SC now.
21 months
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I live in Dallas so I’m going to one of his games this year bc Flower Mound only about 30 minutes from where I live Geaux Tigers
Reply21 months
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Unfortunately he looks better at quick decision making than Brennan right now.
Reply21 months
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Unfortunately you can’t judge that because he’s playing against high school competition
21 months
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He sees the field well, steps up in the pocket, and delivers confident throws - often to someone other than his first option. Can he enroll now?
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Where are the highlights of his other two TDs?
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