LSU Early Signing Period Tracker

Michael Daugherty (6’0″ 170 lbs S, Loganville, GA)

Daugherty is a three-star prospect by On3 and will provide secondary depth for the Tigers. He also had offers from Georgia, North Carolina, Florida State, and more.

Rickie Collins (6’2″ 182 lb QB, Woodlawn High School)

The Baton Rouge native is staying home to play for the Tigers. Collins is a four-star recruit that had offers from Purdue, TCU, Florida State, Oregon, and more.

Dylan Carpenter (6’4″ 245 lb EDGE, St. Amant High School)

Louisiana native is staying in the boot in Baton Rouge after being verbally committed to Louisiana. Carpenter also had offers from Nebraska, Tulane, and Arkansas State.

Jalen Brown (6’1″ 160 lb WR, Miami, FL)

Brown, a four-star prospect from Miami, will immediately add a new piece to the LSU receiving corps. LSU had to fight off the Hurricanes late into this week before Brown stayed with the Tigers.

DJ Chester (6’5″ 315 lb OL, Conyers, GA)

Chester provides size and speed to an already talented LSU offensive line. The four-star prospect also had offers from Auburn, Florida State, Ole Miss, Michigan, and more.

Mac Markway (6’4″ 250 lb TE, St Louis, MO)

Markway is coming to Baton Rouge to pair with Mason Taylor to create a great TE duo. The four-star St Louis product also had offers from Ohio State, Iowa, Miami, and more.

Khai Prean (6’0″ 188 lb WR, St. James High)

The Belle Rose standout will stay close to home as the four-star signed with Brian Kelly and the Tigers. He also had offers from Mississippi State. Tennessee, TCU, and Auburn, among others.

Lance Heard (6’5″ 305 lbs OL, Neville High School)

Heard is the first five-star prospect to sign at LSU in the 2023 class. Teammates with Will Campbell at Neville, he will already have some sense of chemistry with the line. He also had offers from Nebraska, Baylor, Florida, Texas, and more.

Kyle Parker (5’10” 180 lbs WR, Dallas, TX)

Parker joins Jalen Brown in the 2023 class after receiving offers from Louisville, Oklahoma State, SMU, and more. With Shelton Sampson joining later, the Tigers will have three freshman standouts.

Whit Weeks (6’2″ 205 lb LB, Watkinsville, GA)

Weeks will come to Baton Rouge already being very familiar with one of his teammates. His brother, West, joined the Tigers program in 2022 after transferring from Virginia. The younger Weeks had offers from Georgia, Ole Miss, and Oklahoma among others.

Jackson McGohan (6’4″ 232 lb TE, Miamisburg, OH)

McGohan is another talented TE prospect that Brian Kelly desperately wanted. The Ohio native had offers from Cincinnati, Ohio, Miami, and Oklahoma.

Ryan Yaites (6’1″ 175 lb S, Denton, TX)

Yaites will come into Baton Rouge to fill the void left by Jay Ward and others. The four-star from Denton also had offers from Texas, Texas Tech, Michigan State, and Notre Dame.

Trey Holly (5’7″ 177 lb RB, Union Parish High School)

The king of Louisiana Preps football, Holly will stay in the state and play for the Tigers. He broke the LHSAA rushing record earlier this year and held offers from Oregon, Tennessee, Florida State, Louisiana Tech, and more.

Tyree Adams (6’5″ 283 lb OT, St Augustine HS)

Adams will stay close to home after having offers from Ole Miss, Florida, Texas A&M, and others. He will step in to a great OL with Campbell, Jones, Heard, and more.

Dashawn Womack (6’4″ 245 lb EDGE, Batlimore, MD)

Womack, a five-star edge rusher, will come to Baton Rouge and team up with Harold Perkins Jr as a lethal duo. He also had offers from Maryland, Georgia, Ole Miss, and more.

Kylin Jackson (6’2″ 196 lb S, Zachary HS)

Jackson has been on LSU’s radar for a while, and he sticks with the Tigers to stay close to home. The Zachary product had offers from Texas A&M, Oregon, Tennessee, and more.

Javien Toviano (6’0″ 185 lb S, Dallas, TX)

Toviano comes to Baton Rouge after a recruiting battle. Many schools were after his services, but accoridng to him, the LSU-Alabama game was enough for him to play for the Purple and Gold.

Ashton Stamps (6’0″ 175 lb CB, Archbishop Rummel HS)

Stamps is a young talent that can add potential depth to a deep secondary class. The Rummel product had offers from Tulane, Nebraska, Missouri, and more.

Ka’Morreun Pimpton (6’6″ 220 lb TE, Fort Worth, TX)

Pimpton becomes the third tight end to join this class, with Markway and McGohan signing earlier. The four-star also had offers from Texas, Vanderbilt, Auburn, and more.

Jaxon Howard (6’4″ 245 lb EDGE, Minneapolis, MN)

Howard comes to Death Valley after being ranked the top player in Minnesota. He also held offers from Minnesota, Miami, Michigan, and Notre Dame.

Christian Brathwaite (6’1″ 205 lb LB, Cypress, TX)

Brathwaite will fill a need for the Tigers at linebacker besides Harold Perkins. He also had offers from Baylor, Tennessee, Texas Tech, and more.

Paul Mubenga (6’4″ 275 lb IOL, Buford, GA)

Mubenga comes to the Tigers as a part of a great signing class for the offensive line. The Buford, GA product had offers from Michigan, Texas A&M, Tennessee, and Penn State.

Jeremiah Hughes (6’0″ 181 lb DB, Las Vegas, NV)

Playing for the national powerhouse Bishop Gorman, Jeremiah Hughes will bring experience and skill to the Tigers. He had offers from Arkansas, Utah, Washington, and more.

Kaleb Jackson (5’10” 196 lb RB, Liberty Magnet HS)

Jackson will play college football basically in his backyard, as the four-star prospect will play for his childhood team. He also had offers from Alabama, Georgia, Oregon, and Texas A&M.

Shelton Sampson Jr (6’3″ 190 lb WR, Catholic High-BR)

Sampson is a next-level athlete in Baton Rouge. Listed as a five-star according to On3, Sampson is the sixth-best receiver in the 2023 class and held offers from Alabama, Texas A&M, Florida State, and Auburn.