One of the top offensive prospects in the Lone Star State from the class of 2013, Massington has already reeled in verbal offers from Michigan, Notre Dame, Baylor, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, TCU and Tennessee.
Though he has not named a leader from the group, the 6-foot-3, 205-pound wide receiver has not held back on what an offer from LSU would mean to his recruitment process.
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"LSU is definitely my team right now," Massington said.
While Massington was not in town for either of LSU's Junior Days, he will get a chance to meet the staff this weekend when he drives in for the spring game.
"I will be getting into town on Saturday," he said. "I am looking forward to everything.
"This is my first chance to meet with the coaches and all the players, so it should be fun. I talked to Coach (Steve) Ensminger on Sunday, and he said they are excited for me to get down there."
While Massington will make the trip to Baton Rouge, teammate Kameron Miles - a four-star and the No. 9 safety prospect in the country - will not be in attendance.
"I dont think Kameron is coming," Massington said. "I am probably just going to be headed up by myself."