Four-star quarterback Myles Brennan reaffirmed his commitment to LSU on Thursday, officially shutting down his recruitment and embracing his future as a Tiger.
The Ed Orgeron era has begun in earnest, and the Tigers have seen a few ups and downs early on.
Earlier this week, LSU picked up a pledge from 4-star linebacker Monty Rice after losing a pledge from 4-star quarterback Lowell Narcisse. Both announcements came after 4-star quarterback Myles Brennan had re-opened his recruitment. But now Brennan, a Bay St. Louis, Mississippi native, no longer feels the need to shop around.
One day after the Tigers hired former Pitt offensive coordinator Matt Canada to the same position, Brennan reaffirmed his commitment to LSU. The Tigers currently sit at No. 10 in the 2017 recruiting class rankings with 18 total commits.
Brennan released a brief statement regarding his decision to stick with the Tigers and embrace his future in Baton Rouge.
“My recruiting process is finally shut down. I am officially a committed Tiger.”
Brennan is ranked as the No. 16 quarterback and No. 257 overall player in the nation. As of post, he has three official visits set up following the new year. The first will be spent in Baton Rouge on Jan. 14. Another will be given to Oklahoma State on Jan. 21 before Brennan visits Ole Miss on Jan. 28. However, upon his most recent announcement, it is unknown whether the latter two visits will actually take place.
At 6-foot-4, 185 lbs Brennan views the field very well and has a sixth sense for moving within the pocket. He doesn’t see ghosts often, meaning he doesn’t get scared by pressure that isn’t necessarily there from the front seven. He keeps his eyes down field, lets routes develop and strikes with a smooth release.
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