The commitment of Luke Sanders and the upcoming decision of Early Doucet have grabbed most of the attention lately on the LSU recruiting front, but there is still plenty of news concerning the prospects who have yet to make their official visits to Baton Rouge.
The two prospects who were slated to visit LSU this weekend - DBs Simeon Castille and Danny Gorrer - have already made their commitments and are not expected to follow through with their visits.
But a look ahead to next week shows a considerable load of talent due to take in Tigertown.
Tallahassee-Lincoln offensive lineman Calvin Darrity is still being very tight-lipped about his preferences, while Denton, Texas, mega-lineman Herman Johnson got to spent time with Doucet at the U.S. Army All-American Game in San Antonio.
Tate Casey is a tight end from Texas who may have a future in pro baseball, but he still is taking the football recruiting process seriously.
Haines City, Fla., safety Tony Joiner has hinted that he wants to stay in state but still wanted to make LSU one of his three visits as of last month.
Hoover, Ala., defensive stars Curtis Dawson and Jeramie Holifield have committed to Alabama and may not follow throught with their trips, but Houston-Madison DB Jeffery Jack will make the trip to Baton Rouge after firming up his commitment to the Tigers earlier this week.