College Football Recruiting: 5 Biggest Recruits at South Carolina vs. LSU Game

Andrew KulhaSenior Analyst IIIMarch 26, 2017

College Football Recruiting: 5 Biggest Recruits at South Carolina vs. LSU Game

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    The South Carolina Gamecocks and LSU Tigers meet up this weekend in a clash that will go a long way in determining the fate of each SEC school, but it will also be a huge game from a recruiting standpoint.

    As with many big-time matchups, commitments or interested recruits will be at the game to check out one or both programs, and there will be some pretty big recruits at this weekend's matchup.

    Here are the five biggest recruits that will be at the South Carolina vs. LSU game.

5. Malachi Dupre, 4-Star WR, New Orleans (LA) Class of 2014

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    Malachi Dupre is a 4-star wideout from the class of 2014, and according to James Smith of NOLA.com, he'll be in attendance for this huge showdown.

    Dupre is already 6'2'' and 185 pounds as a junior. According to 247Sports.com, he runs a 4.55 40-yard dash. They also list him as having interest and offers from Florida State, LSU, Colorado and Ole Miss amongst others.

    A big win for LSU should help impress the junior wideout, and perhaps give LSU the early edge for the 2014 prospect.

4. Tim Williams, 4-Star WDE, Baton Rouge (LA)

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    Tim Williams, the 4-star defensive end and No.1 prospect in the state of Louisiana, has Florida State, LSU and Miami on top of his interest list (via 247Sports.com).

    Scott Rabalais of TheAdvocate.com reports that Williams will be at LSU to watch the game this weekend.

    Needless to say, this is going to be a big visit for the Tigers. Gaining an edge over FSU and Miami in the race for the talented recruit in their state is a must.

3. Kendell Beckwith, 4-Star WDE, Jackson (LA)

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    Kendall Beckwith has Alabama and LSU at the very top of his interest list, according to 247Sports.com. In addition, the 4-star defensive end has offers from both programs, as well as many others.

    James Smith of NOLA.com reports that Beckwith will be in attendance this weekend, adding that LSU is "sitting in a good spot" in regards to getting a commitment from the DE.

    A great unofficial visit here and a win over the undefeated Gamecocks could go a long way toward LSU securing the top spot on his list.

2. Reuben Foster, 5-Star ILB, Auburn (AL)

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    You didn't expect to see Reuben Foster's name on this list, did you?

    Believe it or not, as Scott Rabalais of TheAdvocate.com reports, Foster will be in attendance for this game alongside friend and prep school recruit Christian Cumberlander.

    Foster is highly regarded as one of the best recruits in the 2013 class. He's currently an Auburn commit, but the 5-star prospect and former Alabama commit has already decommited once.

    LSU fans shouldn't get too excited, as it appears he's just checking out a big SEC game with his friend, but it's worth noting that Foster will be at the game.

1. Cameron Robinson, 5-Star OT, West Monroe (LA) Class of 2014

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    Cameron Robinson is already one of the biggest recruiting names in the country for the class of 2014. The 5-star offensive tackle is rated as the No. 1 player at his position, No. 1 recruit in the state of Louisiana and the fourth-ranked player overall by 247Sports.com.

    They name LSU on top of Robinson's interest list, but he does have offers from notable programs such as Alabama and Texas as well.

    At 6'5.5'' and 330 pounds as just a junior in high school, it's pretty easy to see why so many programs are interested in Robinson.

    He'll be in attendance to watch LSU take on the Gamecocks, according to Sonny Shipp of 247Sports.com.

    Of all the prospects that will be in attendance, it's integral that the Tigers make a good impression on the junior offensive tackle if they want to remain his top interest.

     

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