Mouton will choose one of his four finalists — LSU, Miami, Ole Miss and Alabama. At about 6-foot-3, 240 pounds, Mouton ranks as the No. 22 tight end in the country. He is a take for the Tigers.
LSU offered Mouton on May 30, recruiting him as a tight end and also as an H-back. The Tigers plan to use him in several different roles on the offense should he wind up in the their class.
Mouton has regularly mentioned these four schools atop his list in recent months. He visited Tuscaloosa last month for Alabama's camp. He's also stayed high on Miami because of their reputation for producing NFL tight ends.
For more on Mouton and his impending commitment, head to the TSD Message Board to discuss where things stand.
LSU will host the nation's best safety in the 2016 class on Thursday and Friday. Four-star Brandon Jones (Nacogdoches, Texas) was set to arrive in Baton Rouge early Thursday evening and plans to leave the following afternoon.
The Tigers first offered Jones (pictured above) in March and have been making him a high priority ever since. This will be his first trip to Baton Rouge, so the LSU will be sure to leave a lasting impression on him to stay in the mix moving forward.
Jones has offers from just about every major program in the country, so every school will have stiff competition to land his commitment. Texas A&M is often considered the early favorite, though he maintains that he's still wide open.
Stick with TSD as we'll have updates on how Jones' visit is going to LSU.