Lindsey Scott, LSU's lone quarterback signee for the 2016 class, was awarded the "Key to The City" of Zachary, LA on Tuesday night. Per NOLA.com:
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The 5-foot-11, 205-pound passer became one of the most decorated players in Louisiana high school football history during the Broncos' rise to prominence the past two seasons.

He earned back-to-back LSWA Class 5A Offensive MVP honors, as well as the 2015 Louisiana Mr. Football and Louisiana Gatorade Player of the Year awards.
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I'm praying that's not his mini cooper
Reply67 months
Congrats kid! I played for Z-Town back in the day. Prob would've went to LSU too if it wasn't for that torn hamstring. Make us proud!
Reply67 months
I would have played for LSU too if I didn't run like a girl.
67 months
Lindsey has not taken 1 LSU snap, yet he is becoming my favorite Tiger.
Reply67 months
Congrats
Reply67 months
"LSU's lone quarterback signee for the 2017 class" He's in the 2016 class. He'll enroll in August.
Reply67 months
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