LSU coach Ed Orgeron won big on national signing day, keeping in state prospect Devonta Lee despite interest from Alabama, Kentucky, Texas A&M and other programs.
The 6-foot-2, 212-pound four-star prospect from Amite visited the LSU campus over the weekend before signing Wedesday on national signing day.
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Lee announced his decision live on ESPN2 alongside Amite teammate Ishmael Sopsher, who elected to attend Alabama.
247Sports ranks Lee as the 166th prospect in the 2019 class, the No. 8 ATH and the 10th best Louisiana prospect.
Lee is a big, physical receiver that reminds some of former Lutcher High and LSU star Jarvis Landry.
He joins early signee Trey Plamer, a four-star prospect out of Kentwood, as the Tigers' second WR signee.
Palmer is ranked by 247Sports as the No. 18 WR prospect in the class and the sixth-best from Louisiana.