National Signing Day is on Wednesday. However, before the biggest high school signing day of the year, the LSU Tigers received big news.
Lindsey Scott, a Zachary High School Broncos quarterback, has committed to the Tigers, according to Geaux247. His family and Scott spent time this weekend on the campus for an official visit.
On Thursday, Tigers head coach Les Miles and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron visited him.
LSU has landed a quarterback commitment for the 2016 class.
He reportedly chose the Tigers over Maryland, Rutgers, Tulane and Harvard. The Tigers had the best season last year.
With Scott now committed with the official announcement on Wednesday, the school has 23 commitments.
Scott will come into camp as the fourth quarterback. There will be others on the team, but Scott will get the fourth position with his talented upside. He could move up depending on his worth ethic in camp.
Brandon Harris is expected to be the starter next season. The sophomore is expected to beat out junior Anthony Jennings, like he did last season.
Soon-to-be sophomore Justin McMillan will be the third quarterback.
This season, Harris went 149 of 277 for 2,165 yards with 13 touchdowns and six interceptions. The opposing defenses sacked him 17 times.
He went 14 of 23 for 261 yards and a touchdown along with an interception in the Tigers 56-27 win over the Texas Tech Red Raiders in the Advocare V100 Texas Bowl at NRG Stadium.