One of LSU's biggest recruiters this weekend was linebacker commit Patrick Queen, who put the full court press on linebackers Willie Gay and Jacob Phillips. Here's how he feels following the official visit.
LSU wide receiver commit Stephen Guidry was on hand for his official visit to Baton Rouge, where he feels stronger than ever about his decision to commit to LSU.
Offensive line commit Saahdiq Charles was pretty quiet all weekend, but this tweet said it all after leaving Baton Rouge on Sunday.
Four-star linebacker Willie Gay has many people buzzing as to whether he will be a Tiger. Here's the Starkville native with Queen and fellow four-star linebacker target Jacob Phillips.
Arguably the most-followed recruit that LSU (and Oklahoma) fans were following was Oklahoma commit Jacob Phillips, who took an unofficial visit down to Baton Rouge to take in the whole official visit experience.
Uncommitted four-star defensive end Markaviest Bryant was hosted by LSU's sack leader Arden Key on his visit. LSU has made the Georgia edge rusher a priority since Ed Orgeron's days as defensive line coach. He's one to watch down the stretch that LSU will be pushing for especially if things fall out of favor for five-star defensive end K'Lavon Chaisson. Story: LSU makes big move for Bryant.
LSU also hosted uncommitted wide receiver Marlon Williams, who will likely visit Georgia Tech next weekend, he told Tiger Blitz.
Another uncommitted target for LSU is East Ascension defensive end Justin Harris, who visits Baylor this coming weekend and hosted Bears coach Matt Rhule last night, naming LSU and Baylor his top two schools.