PERKINSTON, Miss. -- This is the field, the one with 30 rows of bleachers behind the home sideline, where Lowell Narcisse will play his first college football game. The former LSU quarterback saw it for the first time Friday. He scrimmaged on it Saturday. And Monday (Aug. 20), the left-handed passer went through his first full practice with his new Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College teammates. The workout came a full week after LSU offensive coordinator Steve Ensminger told Narcisse he would have his practice reps reduced to a series of special run plays with only occasional chances to throw. An unhappy Narcisse went home to St. James that night and talked with his mother and brother. "An emotional night," he called it. The next morning, Narcisse returned to Baton Rouge to tell coach Ed Orgeron his decision to leave LSU, something he could have done three months earlier when graduate transfer Joe Burrow first said he would leave Ohio … [Read more...] about Learn more about former LSU quarterback Lowell Narcisse and his new college coach
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Lowell Narcisse announced Thursday (Aug. 16) he will play football at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College this fall. He plans on playing there this fall, graduating in December and reopening his recruitment. Narcisse announced his decision to transfer from LSU on Tuesday (Aug. 14), and fellow LSU quarterback Justin McMillan also decided to transfer Wednesday. Narcisse told 104.5 ESPN that LSU planned on using him running packages this year, but he wanted to play quarterback and prove what he can do. He missed his final two high school seasons with ACL tears and redshirted in 2017, so he hasn't truly played the position full-time in nearly four years. "I have to do what's best for me as far as my future and as far as showcasing my abilities," he told 104.5 ESPN. "I just felt it was the best thing for me to get a fresh start." Narcisse wants to get back to playing quarterback, prove himself and hopefully have schools interested in the spring. … [Read more...] about Former LSU QB Lowell Narcisse transferring to Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College
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Wilson Alexander Mississippi Clarion Ledger Published 11:22 p.m. UTC Jun 29, 2018 Four of the top 15 players in the state announced verbal commitments in the last two weeks, creating a recruiting buzz and reducing the number of available scholarships at their selected schools. Now, only four recruits regarded as top 15 players in the state by the 247Sports Composite — No. 1 Nakobe Dean (Horn Lake), No. 9 Byron Young (West Jones), No. 10 Derick Hall (Gulfport) and No. 14 Jonathan Mingo (Brandon) — remain uncommitted. Young and Mingo said they don’t feel pressure to commit. Then again, they’re sought-after recruits. There are only so many scholarships available at every school. When they’re gone, they’re pretty much gone. Schools find ways to make room for the highest ranked recruits, but for those who might receive a couple of scholarship offers from Power 5 programs, the offer could evaporate if they do not commit. So, players sometimes commit … [Read more...] about What’s going on with the top uncommitted recruits in Mississippi?
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