Once a recruiting class comes to an end, there is a brief time where fans enjoy what is coming in. Unfortunately, the greediness in us all wants to quickly turn the page and look ahead at what the next year's class entails. Thankfully for everyone this suits, we would like to get you ready for what's to come. In the coming articles, you will get a current overview at who LSU is looking at and where they may go next once 2015 gets 100% focus. Get yourself a drink, a comfortable seat and get ready.
Torrance Gibson (6'4", 200 lbs., Fort Lauderdale, Florida) HUDL: The lone QB with an offer currently, the athletic 5-star Gibson caught the eye of Cam Cameron and LSU is up there with the likes of Ohio State and Miami.
Recruits to Watch
Jason Pellerin (6'3", 200 lbs., New Iberia, Louisiana) HUDL: Probably the most popular name for in-state QBs in 2015. Will likely have to impress at camp to garner interest with QB not being of a huge need.
Kevin Dillman (6'4", 220 lbs., Denton, Texas) Highlights: The #2 rated dual-threat QB on 247 recently moved from California to attend Denton Guyer in Texas. I would imagine he will garner interest from Cam shortly with Michigan and Nebraska listed as his leaders.
Nick Brossette (6'0", 207 lbs., Baton Rouge, Louisiana) Highlights: The 4-star, top-5 running back committed to LSU in August of last year. The U-High recruit won't have to travel far for his college tenure.
Derrius Guice (5'10", 195 lbs., Baton Rouge, Louisiana) Highlights: The top-10 running back is likely on the top of the board for uncommitted running backs. Has flirted with committing on several occasions and could do it at any point.
Jordan Scarlett (5'10", 197 lbs., Fort Lauderdale, Florida) HUDL: A Florida Atlantic commitment due to his high school coach getting a job there, remains unlikely the top-5 running back will stick. Would be a tough pull with Florida State and Miami on the prowl.
Kerryon Johnson (6'0", 185 lbs., Madison, Alabama) HUDL: Another top-5 running back will be a tough pull out of Alabama with the Tide and Auburn in there. LSU will likely focus on making Guice their second back.
Traveon Samuel (5'8", 180 lbs., Phenix City, Alabama) HUDL: Likely headed to another position due to size (listed him here due to 247 has him at all-purpose back), Samuel appears to be Auburn bound and would be a tough pull if pressed.
Recruits To Watch
None are listed as offered or being recruited and with the type of fullbacks LSU has recruited recently, there is really no guessing at who can come from this position.
These are just some of the major names to pay attention to that have already garnered interest. Like most know in recruiting, more names will come to the forefront as the days go by, camps and junior days come and go, and the staff watches more film on players across the country. Tune in later as we look at the wide receivers and tight ends.