You can relive the moment Garrett made his decision official by watching the video below.
Scout was able to get a one-on-one interview with Garrett after the announcement, as he discusses why he chose the Tigers. On everything from where he fits in the defense to when he knew it would be LSU, get all the latest in this video interview with the five-star prospect.
LSU isn't letting up in its quest to sign some quality defensive linemen. The Tigers have already set up an official visit with four-star Miami commit Travonte Valentine. Now there are two more that have set their trips to Baton Rouge.
Lorenzo Carter, the nation's No. 1 DE, will make his visit on Jan. 17, the first weekend after the dead period. LSU has been working him for quite some time to come on a visit, and defensive line coach Brick Haley secured the trip during an in-home visit last week.
The Tigers still have a lot of work to do to catch up with the home-state Georgia Bulldogs, but getting Carter on a visit will a long way in closing up that gap. For more on Carter's recruitment, head to the TSD Message Board.
LSU has also locked in an official visit with versatile lineman Malik McDowell. The four-star prospect from Michigan will head to Baton Rouge on Jan. 24.
McDowell's already taken visits to Alabama and Flordia, and also has trips scheduled to Florida State (Jan. 17) and Ohio State (Jan. 31). For more on McDowell, click the link below.
Williams has been committed to Auburn since the summer, but this latest news has led some to think LSU has possibly entered the picture. Williams was once committed to LSU before flipping to Auburn, and there was some rumblings that he would take an official visit to Baton Rouge before signing.
According to a LSU source, the Tigers are no longer recruiting Williams, content with the group of high school receivers that they are targeting. All signs now point to Williams signing with Auburn on Wednesday.
For more on where things stand in Williams' recruitment, head to the TSD Message Board.