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Player: Jarrett Fobbs

Hometown: Shreveport, LA

Position: ATH

Height: 5'11"

Weight: 180 lbs

40 time: 4.45

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Scholarships: Alabama, Baylor, Louisiana Tech, LSU, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, Ole Miss, TCU, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Tulane

Favorites: LSU, Texas A&M

 

COMMITTED TO LSU

 

Rivals: :star:star:star:star

Scout: :star:star:star

 

Per Scout: As a junior, Fobbs saw time at running back, receiver, cornerback and safety. He rushed for 614 yards and five touchdowns on 95 carries, and added five more scores and 359 yards on 21 receptions. He also returned four kicks for touchdowns and tacked on another 400-plus return yards to go with four interceptions and 31 tackles on defense.

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you have to ask, what is taking LSU so long to offer?

 

 

I'd say they're slow-playing because they know they can afford to and still get him, for the time-being anyway.

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Jarrett Fobbs told ESPN affiliate Web site TexAgs.com, "I've been trying to keep my top three a secret for a while but right now I have Ole Miss at No. 1, Mississippi State second and Texas Tech at No. 3." Fobbs added, "Right now, I'd say Texas A&M is in my top five."

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committed to Texas A&M

 

According to the LSU boards they lost out on him because he wants to play WR and not DB

 

 

TT would have been a better place to catch on as a receiver.

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Shreveport (LA) Huntington athlete Jarrett Fobbs surprised many in his home state when he shunned LSU in favor of committing to Texas A&M in early August. The four-star prospect received his first offer from the Aggies and had several ties to the school that were hard for the in-state Tigers to match. However, a recent decommitment from LSU at receiver and a change in coaches have him talking to the Tigers again and he has set up a visit to Baton Rouge.

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Huntington's Jarrett Fobbs visited LSU last weekend and came away impressed.

 

"It was nice," Fobbs said. "I was impressed with their business program."

 

Fobbs also was able to spend some one-on-one time with new LSU passing game coordinator Billy Gonzales, who mentored Fobbs' role model Percy Harvin during Gonzales' time at Florida.

 

"I got to know coach Gonzales and some other guys, too," Fobbs said. "I really feel loved down there."

 

Fobbs will take his final official visit to Texas A&M this weekend. The versatile Huntington standout described his commitment to the Aggies as "soft."

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LSU head coach Les Miles paid Raiders receiver Jarrett Fobbs an in-home visit Thursday.

 

"It showed me that they really want me," Fobbs said. "You can tell somebody how much you want them, but you've got to show it nowadays. He showed me how much he wants me and needed me."

 

The 6-foot-1, 185-pound speedster, however, remains committed to Texas A&M, which he will visit this weekend.

 

"I'm ready to see it," Fobbs said.

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Huntington's Jarrett Fobbs appears to have firmed up his original commitment to Texas A&M.

 

Despite being romanced heavily by LSU — head coach Les Miles visited Fobbs' home Thursday — the 6-foot-1, 185-pound speedster seems ready to become an Aggie on Wednesday's national signing day.

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Scout.com three-star wide receiver Jarrett Fobbs has switched his commitment from Texas A&M to LSU, TexAgs.com reports.

 

Fobbs, who plays for Huntington High School in Shreveport, becomes LSU's 26th commitment in the 2010 class with Signing Day less than a day away.

 

Fobbs, listed at 6 feet and 185 pounds, had been committed to the Aggies since July 9.

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