The wide receiver class for LSU in this class of 2016 may be one of the more underrated in the country, and a big reason for that is the early enrollments of four-star wideouts Stephen Sullivan and Dee Anderson.
Anderson committed to the Tigers in the summer of 2014, and despite some discipline issues that caused him to move from West Mesquite to DeSoto high school in Texas, stayed true to his word, worked through the fall semester of his senior year and enrolled early two weeks ago. Those issues never rose to the level that LSU felt uncomfortable taking the 6-5, four-star prospect. Anderson also had offers from Alabama, Oklahoma, TCU, Texas and UCLA. 247 Sports ranks him as the 185th prospect in the class of 2016, and the 28th player in the state of Texas.