National recruiting analyst Chad Simmons and the Scout recruiting team unveiled new rankings Wednesday. Patterson wide receiver Daylon Charlot, an Alabama commit, was one of two juniors to receive a fourth star. More details inside...
Daylon Charlot improved his position ranking nearly 10 spots to No. 36 wide receiver in the country. The athletic junior helped the Patterson hoops squad to a second round playoff berth. The Lumberjacks dropped a one-point decision to Saint Louis Catholic Tuesday. Charlot scored 18 points to lead Patterson to a 68-43 first round win over Evangel Christian. The Lumberjacks finished with a 21-5 mark, according to daily-review.com in Morgan City.
The other fourth star was awarded to Pine athlete Derrick Dillon, who checked in one spot ahead of Charlot at No. 35 WR in the country. Dillon plays QB for the Raiders. LSU is recruiting him as a defensive back but hasn't offered yet.
LSU commit Nicholas Brossette (University) is the state's top-ranked 2015 running back at No. 11 in the country. He and Catholic-Baton Rouge back Derrius Guice (No. 12) are both rated four stars.
Bry'Kiethon Mouton is close to reaching four-star status again. The Acadiana tight end is listed as the No. 13 tight end in the country, up two spots from the last shuffle. The top dozen tight ends in the nation are rated four stars or better. Mouton helped No. 16 Acadiana to the Class 5A basketball playoffs. The Rams lost to top-seeded Scotlandville, the defending state champ, earlier tonight.
Franklinton OL Adrian Magee didn't have a national position ranking until today. The three-star now sits at No. 25 in the country among offensive guards. LSU recently offered the 6-6, 320-pounder, per recruiting analyst Hunter Panigaua.
Riverside Academy hybrid LB/DE Joe Anderson (6-4, 230) made a big move by jumping into the rankings as the country's No. 30 outside linebacker. He has offers from Florida and Tennessee. Keep an eye on his teammate, 2016 QB Deuce Wallace.
Many OL Garrett Thomas, similar to Magee, garnered a national position ranking. The 6-6, 310-pounder is ranked No. 45 among offensive tackles. He and LSU appear to have parted ways, at least for now. Auburn and Michigan are two teams that appear poised to land his commitment.
Kirk Merritt (Destrehan) currently holds close to 20 offers and has the nation's best SPARQ Rating. The three-star prospect is ranked No. 51 among 2015 running backs.
Two Ponchatoula stars - DE Reggie Walker and QB Christian Campbell - are now rated three stars. The 6-3, 245-pound Walker grabbed a recent Texas Tech offer. Campbell's latest came via Southern Miss and the Cajuns in Lafayette.
Hahnville WR Rickey Preston and Comeaux WR Hunter Register both debuted as three stars. Register is waiting on his first offer, which could come from Boston College or possibly SMU. He paced the Spartans to a 5A second round appearance in basketball.
More players with newly minted three-star rankings include John Curtis Christian OLB Bo Wallace, Parkway DT Kameron Eloph and Central WR Terrell Chatman.