Class of 2017 Lowell Narcisse QB Update

St. James (LA) High School class of 2017 quarterback Lowell Narcisse is impressive at the Mississippi State football camp.

  • Name: Lowell Narcisse
  • Classification: 2017
  • High School: St. James High School
  • Position: Quarterback
  • HT: WT: 6-foot-2, 201
  • Ranking: NR
  • Schools of Interest: LSU, Mississippi State, Texas A&M

  • Although just now going into his sophomore season of high school football, St. James (LA) High School quarterback made quite an impression at the Mississippi State camp. He already has the size, the arm and the athletic ability that you want in a college quarterback.

    "I was 6-foot-2 and 201 pounds," said the talented youngster, who easily threw numerous deep routes with great accuracy during the camp one-on-ones.

    As you would expect, being a young quarterback, he learned quite a bit at the camp.

    "I learned a lot," said Narcisse. "I learned to stay balanced and stay pointed toward the target and to follow through."

    The MSU camp was his first time to be on the Mississippi State campus.

    "I didn't know much about Mississippi State," said Narcisse. "I like them a lot. They run the same type of offense as we do at my school so I think I could do good here. We do the same zone reads, the shotgun."

    And as he noted, they also like Louisiana quarterbacks.

    "Their quarterback is Dak Prescott and he's from Louisiana. They like quarterbacks from Louisiana," said the young Louisiana quarterback.

    As of now, Mississippi State is one of three SEC schools showing strong interest in him.

    "LSU is showing a lot of interest, Mississippi State is, Texas A&M," said Narcisse. "Those three are the ones showing interest as of now."

    Keep it on and GenesPage as we continue to follow the recruitment of this very talented member of the class of 2017.

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