2017 St. James (La.) four-star quarterback Lowell Narcisse made his move to recommit to LSU on Monday morning after decommitting just a week ago with LSU's search for an offensive coordinator still underway.
"It wasn't really much about them. I wanted to help Coach O speed up the process by opening up my recruitment and he did just that. I just feel that adversity comes and I have my bad times, I feel like LSU is the best and where I want to spend my time at," Narcisse told Culotta and The Fan on 104.5 ESPN Baton Rouge on Monday morning.
With Jabbar Juluke and Dameyune Craig along with Ed Orgeron leading Narcisse's recruitment, the staff built a strong relationship with Narcisse that isn't just about football.
"They've been great to me. We don't always really talk about football. We talk about how they progress me and how they can help me become more of a man than a football player," Narcisse said.
Auburn and Memphis were the other two schools working for Narcisse, but after LSU hired Matt Canada as offensive coordinator, Narcisse was ready to shut his recruitment down.
"I got my questions answered. I asked him about the plan for spring ball and how he sees me progressing his offense. He just wants me to develop as a quarterback," Narcisse said. "It's officially over. Just getting ready and ready to compete for the spring."
In his Twitter post, the Under Armour All-American committed back to the Tigers and said he's ready to get to work, which will start when Narcisse enrolls in January.
"Happy to say my recruiting process has ended. I've decided to start the next Chapter of my life at LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY."
The 6-2, 225-pound quarterback is the No. 1 quarterback in Louisiana, No. 15 overall quarterback and the No. 227 ranked player in the Scout 300.
Listen to the full interview with Narcisse on 104.5espn.com.