Check out the complete list of visitors below, with more notes and tidbits to follow:
---LSU already has the nation's No. 1 corner committed in Saivion Smith, and on Saturday they hosted the nation's No. 3 corner in Kristian Fulton (pictured above). He's one of LSU's top in-state targets and his visit this weekend has the Tigers encouraged at their chances. Fulton hasn't visited any school as many times as he has LSU. He's been a regular fixture in Baton Rouge since the Tigers offered in Feburary 2014.
Fulton has always had a strong relationship with his lead recruiter, Frank Wilson, but that bond is also building with DB coach Corey Raymond. Having those two on Fulton should yield positive results once it comes time to decide.
LSU feels best about landing Fulton and Trayvon Mullen, and getting both of them would give LSU three of the nation's 10 best corners. Fulton has offers from just about every program you could imagine, but LSU's definitely the team to beat. Expect Fulton to get out and take several visits this spring and summer, with schools like UCLA, Georgia, Texas A&M and Florida on the possible itinerary. Fulton recently committed to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, and he's considered waiting until then to decide.
But it could reasonably happen at any time, with LSU in a very good position at this stage.
---Another one of the state's four-star corners was on campus this weekend in Andraez Williams (aka Greedy Williams). He came down to Baton Rouge with his brother, Rodarius Williams, and teammate Chanse Sylvie, all three being heavily recruited by premier programs. Greedy earned his offer last summer during camp, and has made several visits since.
After Greedy's visit to LSU on Saturday, he headed over to Dallas and earned an invite to The Opening. He was named the DB MVP of the camp, and placed himself in the discussion with other top corners across the country.
He'll be one to watch closely though as the numbers at CB grow tighter. LSU's pressing hard for him now, but we'll have to see if that changes should LSU land both Fulton and Mullen. His brother could also be a key factor as well. Those two share a lot of the same offers, but LSU hasn't yet offered Rodarius. It's possible that the two decide to head out-of-state to continue playing together on the next level.
But that's all hypothetical at this point. LSU hosted Greedy this past weekend, showing him everything that the program has to offer. LSU's definitely in that lead group at the moment, but Greedy hasn't started to narrow things down.
---The other big visitor this weekend was four-star guard Brodarious Hamm from Griffin, GA., a town south of Atlanta. This was his first to Baton Rouge after he picked up an offer rom the Tigers on Feb. 18. Auburn currently leads in Hamm's recruitment, with Tennessee near the top after a recent trip to Knoxville. We'll have to see what position LSU is now in after getting him on campus, but him making the trip shows he has legitimate interest.
LSU already has a commitment from Donavaughn Campbell, who was also on campus this weekend, but Jeff Grimes would definitely like to continue loading up with talented players on his offensive line. Hamm is one of many out-of-state targets, but LSU loves his game and he's definitely near the top of the Tigers' wish list.
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