Jennings adds to crowded QB spot 

June, 7, 2012
LSU's coaching staff surely has more important issues to worry about than ESPN's most recent recruiting rankings. But it's at the very least a funny coincidence that the day the Tigers landed the No. 13 spot in this year's rankings, they added yet another four-star prospect to their class -- the 17th overall.

Anthony Jennings (Marietta, Ga./Marietta) is the new name, and he comes to Baton Rouge as the No. 13 dual threat quarterback in the country. Jennings also ranks No. 259 in the ESPN 300, giving LSU a whopping nine members of the ESPN 300 (with two of those ranking in the ESPN 150). Jennings' commitment maintains a torrid pace for LSU as the program heads into the summer. The quarterbacks is LSU's third commitment of this week, its third four-star commitment from out-of-state and its eighth commitment since the beginning of May.

At the rate the Tigers keep adding four-star prospects, they should continue to climb into the upper reaches of this year's class rankings.
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