Harris, Paris begin classes at LSU

QB Brandon Harris and CB Ed Paris began classes Wednesday at LSU, making them the first two official members of the Tigers' 2014 class.

QB Brandon Harris and CB Edward Paris have enrolled at LSU and started classes Wednesday.

They are the first two official members of LSU's 2014 class. They will spend the first few months of the semester getting acclimated to college life before participating in spring practices.

Harris, a four-star prospect ranked as the No. 6 QB, will have hopes of competing with Anthony Jennings to become the Tigers' starter in 2014. He committed to the Tigers in July just a few months after Cam Cameron made him his No. 1 target upon becoming the LSU offensive coordinator.

Harris went on to grab national headlines in November when he became one of the first recruits in the country to sign a Financial Aid Agreement, that granted LSU unlimited contact and permitted them to publicize Harris as a future Tiger.

Paris, a New Orleans native that moved to Texas after Hurricane Katrina, comes to LSU as the No. 7 CB in the country. He was an early pledge to the 2014 class when he committed in February 2012. He's seen as one of the top recruiters in LSU's class and has a close relationship with guys like Jamal Adams, Leonard Fournette and Malachi Dupre.

Both Harris and Paris finished the 2014 recruiting cycle ranked in Scout's Top 300. Find out where they and the other LSU commits and targets rank, in this breakdown of the rankings. Also take a look at who else could join these two in LSU's 2014 class in this rundown of the Tigers top remaining targets.


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