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LSU coach Brian Kelly and quarterback coach Joe Sloan made a trip over to Woodlawn High School in Baton Rouge this week to visit with four-star LSU quarterback commit Rickie Collins.


The 6-3, 185-pound passer is rated the No. 15 quarterback in the country for the class of 2023 and the No. 9 overall player in the state of Louisiana, according to 247Sports. His head coach at Woodlawn is former LSU quarterback Marcus Randall.

Collins was a one-time Purdue commit but reopened his recruitment in early August and gave his verbal pledge to the Tigers a week later. He is LSU's only quarterback commit in the 2023 class.

For more info on Collins, visit his profile page on our recruiting tracker.



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KennabraTiger14 months
#Rickiereconsidered
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Salviati14 months
I absolutely love the way Brian Kelly throws up the L sign properly with his left hand when he can't use his right hand. It's nice that everyone's L is properly aligned to the right.
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GetmorewithLes14 months
just dropping off the keys to the Charger! JK He has some really good film. Looks like Daniels but scrambles to throw rather than run.
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy14 months
He and that boy from Florida gonna have some great competition amongst each other
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Tigers4Lyfe14 months
The left handed L looks like an up yours sign.
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IndianInBR14 months
I can already see the news. Brian Kelly suspended for showing the middle finger gesture on live television!!
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rob6214 months
That was for Bama.
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Fightin Okra14 months
Thought he was shooting the bird at first
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XNATiger14 months
I thought we have Jaime Howard’s son?
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southsidedell14 months
No Jamie Howard came back to school he is starting over
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jrctiger8414 months
Jamie Howards son was a 2022 commit. The article is correct that Collins is the only 2023 commit.
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Dickses14 months
We?
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Flashback14 months
BK really needs to work on his L hand sign.
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Honest Tune14 months
Agree with getting rid of it. We aren’t Texas schools, we don’t need hand signals
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Feel free to teach him a better way to make an L for a picture using his left hand.
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southsidedell14 months
Im for keeping it. Let the kids rep their state. It adds identity to both the state and the school. They see the L now and they know where you are from.
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