QB Hayden Rettig locked in with LSU 

October, 15, 2012
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When quarterback Hayden Rettig (Los Angeles/Cathedral) made his verbal commitment to LSU back in May, it didn't signal the end of his recruitment, as the country's No. 210 player continued to hear from a variety of programs. Having shown he is fully recovered from a knee injury that cut short his junior season, programs are turning up the heat even more in their pursuit of Rettig. But the 6-foot-3, 205-pound quarterback said he is quite comfortable with his decision.

"I'm sticking there unless something happens with the coaching staff," Rettig said of LSU. "I want to go there. They were the ones most interested in me and the ones that needed me most. I want to go there and I'll be there for my official visit when they play Alabama."

Rettig said UCLA and West Virginia are two schools still mounting a charge, but he added that he has no regrets about making an early decision or where he is headed next season.
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