He announced his updated list Wednesday on Twitter. The Tigers are joined by SEC schools Texas A&M, Ole Miss and Mississippi State with Texas Tech and Nebraska also making the cut.
The Tigers are aiming to keep one of the state's best prospects within the borders. LSU's been one of the primary contenders in his recruitment since they offered him in June 2014. LSU has his former teammate Tyron Johnson on the roster competing for playing time as a true freshman.
Leflore attended several games last fall and spent some time on campus over the summer.
Texas A&M is viewed as LSU's biggest threat in Leflore's recruitment. The Aggies were the first school to offer him, and he has a former teammate (Deshawn Capers-Smith) in College Station as well. The A&M offense is also an attraction for Leflore.
Leflore hadn't publicly narrowed down his list until Wednesday. He plans to take his time with his recruitment and announce a decision late in the cycle. He plans to take all of his official visits before making a commitment.
LSU has two wide receivers committed in the 2016 class after Stephen Sullivan's decommitment earlier this month. The Tigers are still trying to fend off TCU to get Sullivan back in the class, and some of LSU's other top WR targets are Drake Davis and Mykel Jones. LSU has room for one, maybe two more wide receivers in this class.
LSU has competition for Leflore, but the Tigers are at least one of the top six contenders for his commitment.