“It was a pretty good day,” Narcisse said. “We got to sit down and talk with the coaches and just get a feel for them once again before I commit. It was good to be around the coaches and build our connection.
“It just makes you feel better and better each time you go there and get to be around people more.”
Planning to make his decision Monday morning and notify the schools before his announcement at 6 p.m., Narcisse said seeing each of his favorites was big for him because it was a final shot to hear what each staff had to say.
“I just wanted to see the final things the coaches wanted to tell me before I make my decision,” Narcisse said. “I don’t think there’s a wrong decision, but there’s one decision that’s better than another.”
When talking about Auburn and LSU, Narcisse said there are distinct advantages for each at the moment as he prepares to break them down one final time.
“Auburn is basically a better offensive fit for me,” he said. “LSU is basically a home for me.”
The coach that Narcisse spent the most time with on Saturday was Lashlee, Auburn’s offensive coordinator and quarterback coach. Getting the chance to continue to build that relationship was important for Narcisse because he said it’s about more than just playing football.
“He was just telling me the same things he’s been telling me,” Narcisse said. “He’s been recruiting me a lot and we talk more about life than about football because he said football can only take you so far.”
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