After Kizer pledge, Harris sticks with plan

With two of the team's other QB targets off the board, LSU's pursuit of Brandon Harris becomes even more important. Tom Hauck for Student Sports

BATON ROUGE, La. -- Mason Rudolph (Rock Hill, S.C./Northwestern) once looked like he might be LSU's quarterback recruit for the 2014 class.

Then there was a cooling from one side or the other and last week Rudolph committed to Oklahoma State.

By then, DeShone Kizer (Toledo, Ohio/Central Catholic) seemed like the hot name anyway. LSU would get him, many thought. It was just a matter of getting him to campus for a visit.

Before that could happen, a favorite closer to home, Notre Dame, offered and on Tuesday, three days before Kizer was to visit Baton Rouge, he pledged to the Irish.

And then, there was one.

Brandon Harris (Bossier City, La./Parkway), one of three four-star quarterbacks who have been part of the LSU 2014 quarterback recruiting conversation in recent months, is now the last of the three still out for the taking.

Did Tuesday's news change his outlook on the process?