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Tigers Set to Host Top Recruiting Prospects in Town

Another home game for the LSU Tigers means another monstrous weekend on the recruiting trail for this program. It should be no surprise that prospects want to get to Baton Rouge to check out the Tigers in a Top 25 matchup against No. 8 Tennessee.

Despite LSU sitting pretty with over 20 commitments in their 2023 recruiting class, their foot is still on the gas with their pledges. With early signing day approaching in the coming months, it’s imperative to keep pushing for their guys. 

With that being said, the Tigers will be hosting a few of their commits to town this weekend, along with several other elite prospects on their radar:

Pair of 2023 WR Commits Hitting Baton Rouge

The Tigers hit the jackpot after landing a pledge from Miami native Jalen Brown over the summer. The electrifying wideout has been firm with his commitment ever since, visiting campus once and coming to town for the LSU-Florida State matchup in New Orleans.

Brown will be on campus this weekend along with his fellow 2023 commit Kyle Parker. Parker is in the midst of a dominant senior campaign out in Texas. The three-star wide receiver is undoubtedly on track to earn that fourth star if he continues on the trajectory he’s currently on.

It’s a big weekend for this program to get two elite 2023 playmakers on campus as they stay firm with their LSU pledge. Nothing beats a game day in Baton Rouge, as Brown is set to take in his first one this weekend against Tennessee.

4-Star TE Mac Markway in Town

LSU’s lone tight end commit is set to take in his first game day this season as he makes the trek from St. Louis to Baton Rouge. If you check Markway’s social media accounts, it’s evident he already bleeds purple and gold and this program is surely getting something special in the dynamic tight end.

Markway can be a dominant blocker for the Tigers. He’s big enough to hammer safeties in space, a linebacker, and help set the edge against a defensive end during an outside zone play. Regardless of what he does, he’s physical.