2019 RB Noah Cain (Gabe Brooks / SCOUT)

Recruiting News and Notes from The Opening New Orleans Regional Camp

NEW ORLEANS -- Scout features recruiting news and notes from Sunday's The Opening New Orleans regional event.

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  • Fresh off a Saturday junior visit to LSU, 2018 standout quarterback Justin Rogers named TCU his leader. LSU and North Carolina trail the leading Horned Frogs. Terrace Marshall Jr., a national top 30 prospect and Rogers' teammate, told TigerBlitz.com that programs such as LSU, Texas A&MTexas, and TCU are among those standing out to him.

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  • Athlete Maurice Robinson, who Alabama offered earlier this year, competed as a QB at The Opening New Orleans. He is set on playing the position at the next level but would be open to receiver or defensive back if necessary. He visited LSU on Saturday and wants to add offers from Florida State and Auburn before a summer decision.

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  • Four-star twins Jordan Moore and Joshua Moore competed at Sunday's event after visiting LSU on Saturday. Jordan said he's open to being recruited and is open in general despite being committed to Texas A&M. He loved the attention he got from the LSU staff.  As far as Joshua, Jordan says LSU is probably in the top top two or three right now for him, while Joshua himself says everyone is even in his top 10. Saturday's LSU visit made a big impression on him. Expect summer decisions for both on what they ultimately will do. 

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  • Four-star linebacker Salua Masina from Utah made the long trip to New Orleans for Sunday's camp and performed very well, earning Linebacker MVP honors. The 6-foot-4, 200-pounder visited LSU on Saturday and came away impressed. The Tigers have not yet offered but made a good impression on him. Masina said Vanderbilt and Washington State are two programs that have offered him that he wants to check out this offseason.

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  • According to what he told Scout at Sunday's camp, Louisiana four-star lineman Dare Rosenthal, a two-way small-school standout with the ability to play either side of the line at the next level, said Alabama still leads for him. Rosenthal is a former Bama pledge and was thought to be somewhat of an LSU lean at this point. Most schools want Rosenthal on defense.

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  • 2019 four-star running back Noah Cain took recent trips to programs such as GeorgiaTennessee, and LSU, which Cain checked out Saturday for the Tigers' junior day event. Cain, who moved from Denton (Texas) Guyer to IMG Academy in Florida after his sophomore season, will next visit Oklahoma. Cain said several Sooner coaches recruit him and he will make the visit with his mother. Cain has visited OU in the past.

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  • No. 15 quarterback Colson Yankoff trekked all the way from Idaho for Sunday's camp. The ex-Oregon pledge has been in contact with the new Ducks staff and could be closing in on another decision. His most recent offer/visit is California, who may be in the best position for the Scout 300 prospect.

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  • Four-star receiver Devonta Jason said he remains solid to Kansas. Jason, one of the top overall prospects in Louisiana, committed in early February to the Jayhwaks. However, Jason noted that he wants to visit as many schools as possible this offseason, but has not made any specific plans yet.

-- Scout's John Garcia and Billy Embody contributed to this report.


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