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Update: Justin Fields has committed to Georgia, over Florida State, Auburn, and LSU.


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Elite five-star dual-threat quarterback Justin Fields will be making his college decision early Friday afternoon.

Fields, the nations No. 1 quarterback for 2018 is reportedly down to four schools- Auburn, LSU, FSU, and Georgia with the Seminoles and the Bulldogs in the lead.


The 6-3, 221-pound prospect from Harrison HS was a one-time Penn State commit but reopened his recruitment back in June. LSU offensive coordinator Matt Canada is very familiar with the five-star QB as he recruited Fields while he was running the offense at Pitt. Fields recently visited LSU for the Chattanooga game.

Just a month ago, Fields said that LSU is the school that he hears from the most.


For more info on Fields, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.
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27 Comments
He will never come to this dumpster fire
Reply13 months
Jump off a bridge Dummy
13 months
No way this kid comes to LSU with the writing on the wall that Canada is gone next year.
Reply13 months
What writing? Jeez... dumbass
13 months
No way he comes here
Reply13 months
That’s what they said about “Jimmy” in the movie Hoosiers. Look how that turned out!
Reply13 months
In epic fashion, the kid comes here, saves Orgeron and Alleva's job as we are sold on "look what the future holds" and then when he steps on the field, he ends up being just as bad as Anthony Jennins, Brandon Harris, Jordan Jefferson, Jarret Lee, Hayden rettig, Danny etling, Lindsay scott, Justin McMillan, Stephen rivers, rob bolden, jerrard randall, chris garrett, and Andrew hatch!! Did I miss someone??
Reply13 months
Just like I said about you on the recruiting board Catfish 62= idiot
13 months
A much needed W in Yellowtooth town is what the doctor prescribed
13 months
What lousy fans we have in this comment section...or the “fans” that populate the boards these last few weeks. Programs going through a tough time yet these boards are disgusting. Bunch of grown arse adults spending their day saying recruits shouldn’t come here and what a dumpster fire of a program we have. You might be displeased, but Dear God what fickle and immature fans we have. Back your “team” at all times, or just bandwagon the Bama’s of CFB. If I were a recruit selecting a school, and read/listened to any of this jargon, I would pass on this school in a heartbeat.
Reply13 months
You do realize that many of these comments are from fans who are not really LSU fans don't you?
13 months
Our fans are no different from any other fan base in the country. We are all the same. If a recruit based his decision from a fan's perspective he will be disappointed no matter where he chooses.
13 months
Amen to that.thos place is full of fickle crybabies
13 months
When a kid makes his announcement in front of all his friends and fellow students he is likely going to the local school. When he announces with only his coaches and family present there is more of a chance he is going out of state.
Reply13 months
Hate to say it but kid made a wise decision.
Reply13 months
Smart kid. Each of the other schools minus FSU will be making a coaching change within the next 2 years.
Reply13 months
Why would he want to come to this shite show? What recruit would. You'll see a major slide in recruiting due to the uncertainty.
Reply13 months
dude....
13 months
And posts like this are read by recruits and no wonder they choose another university...
13 months
TRUTH!
13 months
Georgia has two young hotshot QB's. Real smart decision kid. Get ready to sit for 3 years.
Reply13 months
If he reads the rant, he's not coming.
Reply13 months
"Well, bye.."
Reply13 months
Change your title mr. Click bait
Reply13 months
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