Hinds wide receiver Stephen Guidry has now been committed to LSU twice and this time around, his commitment is "stronger than ever," he told Tiger Blitz on Sunday following his official visit to LSU.
"I've been on campus lots of times and I'm always in Baton Rouge because all my family members live there. It just feels like home," Guidry said.
The four-star wide receiver said that LSU receiver D.J. Chark told him that he's excited to get him on campus so the two can play together. The rising junior receiver hosted Scout's No. 6 overall junior college player.
"When I get there, he said we're going to turn up on the field and he's going to push me to become the best," the 6-4, 190-pound receiver said. "He said stay focused, keep your head in the books and always be on time to practice."
On his official visit, Guidry met with LSU offensive coordinator Matt Canada, who diagramed how the Tigers plan to use Guidry.
"He's a cool coach and he's about business," Guidry said. "They will find that specific matchup and use it to our advantage. He talked about how I will moved around from inside to outside." http://www.scout.com/college/football/recruiting/story/1748077-lsu-makes...
Ed Orgeron said that he's excited for Guidry to get on campus and be a part of the new offense for the Tigers.
"He said I'm a perfect fit for the offensive and he was telling me how I am a heck of a player," Guidry said.
Overall, Guidry had a great time with his future teammates as they took tours, ate together and just hung out.
"I got a chance to hang with the football players, talk to Coach O, coach Craig, coach Canada and more. It was fun trying on the jerseys and taking pictures with my future teammates. It went great," Guidry said.
On National Signing Day, Guidry will sign at Hinds in Mississippi with his teammates.