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Ed Orgeron and the LSU coaching staff extended an offer to in-state quarterback Jordan Loving as a preferred walk-on Saturday morning.

The 6-3, 205-pound QB from Reserve, LA (Riverside Academy) talked with Sam Spiegelman with SEC Country about the offer:

The 3-star quarterback is in no rush to make a decision and is weighing the opportunity to play for LSU versus a full scholarship offer between now and National Signing Day.

“I don’t have a real time frame,” Loving told SEC Country in regards to a decision. “I’m just going to decide when I know the time is right and I can tell it’s the right decision for my future 100 percent. I was real excited to get the chance to play for LSU. LSU has always been my dream school growing up.”

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Saw this kid in the semi-finals in a close loss to Notre Dame. Drop back passer...good height...big arm...had some really good receivers and made some good throws!
Reply39 months
Start em
Reply39 months
Let’s not get carried away Bigtimer23. This isn’t the New York Times and I’m not a journalist. I speak for myself and no one else! Mine are opinions just like everyone else’s. I realize that athletes and coaches don’t sit around and wait to read my comments before making decisions on their lives and proffessions.
Reply39 months
would be loving to have him as a tiger
Reply39 months
Please don’t suggest Lexman1... You don’t know what can happen over the course of four years... I’m sure Baker Mayfield was told the same thing... I know JL personally and know what type of player he is...Coaches at the highest classification have told him that a QB has never done what he did against their defenses... Not saying if he went there he would take their spot.. not saying that at all.. but if he gets an opportunity he could possibly do well over there if he went..
Reply39 months
I was hoping this wouldn’t be taken the wrong way. Everyone has made a valid point on this subject. I don’t disagree with any of you. He could come in and be the best ever! You never know. The good thing is, I doubt very seriously he will base his decision on any of my comments.
39 months
The way you write your comments as if you're speaking directly to the subject of the articles on behalf of the entire LSU community would sure lead me to believe you'd like him to consider your comments in his decison
39 months
Odd throwing mechanics, but seems to put the ball in good position for some run after catch by his receivers.
Reply39 months
I would have to suggest taking a full scholarship offer from another school, unless money is not an issue for your family. With Brennan and Narcisse set to start for the next few seasons, I think it’s going to be very difficult for anyone else to get any playing time. Not doubting Jordan’s ability, but Brennan and Narcisse are both highly rated out of HS, and beating either of them out would be extremely difficult. Make your best decision, and thanks for considering LSU!
Reply39 months
PWO’s rarely get playing time, but they can get a scholarship after a year or two. Having an intelligent student of the game on the sidelines is important. He is usually the one signaling plays into the QB, and relays messages from the OC in the box to the QB. From what I’ve heard, Caleb Lewis was an asset in this position.
39 months
But, he could be better than both of them. You know LSU's luck with highly rated QB's...
39 months
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