2016 four-star QB Feleipe Franks (Wakula, Fla.) got his second taste of Baton Rouge in a little more than a month.
Franks was on LSU's campus this past weekend, according to sources close to the staff and player. Franks was last in town for the spring game on April 5, which was when he picked up his offer from the Tigers.
Franks and his family were in town to see the LSU baseball team's series against Alabama, where they got to see Aaron Nola dazzle before weather wreaked havoc on the rest of the weekend. They also made sure to spend time with the football staff, which gave his parents an opportunity to see what LSU has to offer.
He has jumped to the top of LSU's board at quarterback for the 2016 class. Franks and his family have strong ties to Bradley Dale Peveto, who along with Cam Cameron are the lead assistants in his recruitment. Those two, as well as Les Miles and his family, had breakfast with Franks on Sunday before he left town.
In a May 4 interview with Scout's Patrick Burnham, Franks said he was still "wide open" in his recruitment, but the LSU coaches will certainly be encouraged by having him on campus twice in such a short timespan.
In addition to LSU, Franks also visited Georgia and Alabama this spring, and Florida State has also been heavily involved in his recruitment.
Franks is considered one of the top QB prospects in the nation for his class, and he's the ideal fit for what Cameron's targeting. Here's a look at his film, and discuss where you think LSU stands by clicking the link below:
Four-star QB returns to LSU
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