Lowell Narcisse won’t sign his National Letter of Intent until February 2017.

But that isn’t stopping the St. James rising junior quarterback from making his commitment.

Narcisse, ranked by many as the top dual-threat quarterback in the country for the Class of 2017, is slated to announce his commitment at 6 p.m. Monday. The 6-foot-2, 205-pounder tweeted that his final four schools are LSU, Alabama, Auburn and Clemson.

Narcisse, a four-star recruit, is ranked the No. 1 dual-threat quarterback in the country by ESPN, and he’s part of what looks to be a solid class at that position for the state. Landry-Walker’s Keytaon Thompson is ranked by ESPN as the nation’s third-best dual-threat quarterback.

Narcisse is ranked the nation’s third-best dual-threat quarterback by 247Sports. Regardless of position, he is ranked the 51st-best recruit by ESPN, 56th by Rivals and 58th by 247Sports.

Narcisse will miss his junior season after tearing an ACL during St. James’ spring game, but he was splendid in his first two seasons with the Wildcats.

As a sophomore, he threw for 3,127 yards and 31 touchdowns and rushed for 1,402 yards and 18 scores. In his career, he has thrown for 5,134 yards and 58 TDs and rushed for 2,039 yards and 30 scores.