Four-star wide receiver Miles Battle from Houston, TX unveiled his top schools on Twitter Friday and included LSU on his list.

His top schools are Ole Miss, TCU, Baylor, Oregon and LSU.


The 6-4, 189-pound prospect from Cy Creek High School is rated the No. 48 overall wide receiver in the country for the class of 2018, according to 247Sports.

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

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Only one of those Schools has More Players That are Prepared To Play on Sundays than anyone else in The Nation, All One Needs Do is Look at The Rosters and Count The Number of Players and From What University They Came From. They Will Be Prepared No Matter What Position They May Want To Play or Drafted For. Only One of Those Schools Has Lost To Only One Other School during The Last 5 Years. Only One of Those Schools is Ranked Number 1 at The Present Time in Recruiting in The Nation. Should Be Simple, But, Things Tend To Change Once The Lies Start Flying About This and That and One Thing or Other That is A Flat Out Lie, Hillary Almost Won The Election On LIES and More LIES!
Reply18 months
1 school is not like other 4. That school has no passing game!!!
Reply18 months
Only 1 school has a chance of winning a national championship.
18 months
Really 3 baylor and Ol siss in the same boat
Reply18 months
i dont get the TCU love. when i think of a big time program, they dont even come to mind
Reply18 months
Well so what you are saying is there are really 4 contenders as of yesterday
Reply18 months
One of those doesn't belong with the others.
Reply18 months
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