Did LSU find its quarterback for the 2016 class?
Since Feleipe Franks decided to opt for Florida and drop his commitment to LSU, there's no question Les Miles has been on the hunt for a 2016 quarterback prospect.
I would like to thank CHOPnation for everything... pic.twitter.com/f6oE3123JF— Anthony Russo (@Anthony_Russo15) January 12, 2016
On Monday, one may have fallen into his lap.
Anthony Russo -- a longtime commitment to Rutgers -- announced his decommitment on Twitter. With new head coach Chris Ash potentially looking to implement a spread, uptempo offensive scheme, it doesn't necessarily fit with Russo's skill-set as a passer.
A big and strong pocket-passer, Russo's at his best when he can plant his feet and fire the ball downfield. One would think this style of play would fit well with LSU's ground-and-pound offense.
Should LSU get the Pennsylvania native in for a visit, it could go a long way in potentially earning a commitment.