LSU Lands Top JUCO Receiver Quantavius Leslie

OXFORD, MS - NOVEMBER 19: Les Miles, head coach of the LSU Tigers, sings the LSU school song with Chase Clement #88 after defeating the Ole Miss Rebels on November 19, 2011 at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Mississippi. LSU beat Mississippi 52-3. (Photo by Joe Murphy/Getty Images)

Quantavius Leslie is an LSU Tiger.

Quantavius Leslie, a top JUCO receiver, has committed to the LSU Tigers. Originally a West Virginia commitment out of his Georgia high school, Leslie ended up at Raymond (M.S.) Hings Community College. He holds offers from all of the usual JUCO shoppers, including Arizona State, Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Oklahoma State and Tennessee.

Leslie stands 6'4 and weighs in at 190 pounds. He has reported 4.50 speed, and has exceptional body control. Leslie is a player that can go to get the football when it is in the air. That's a desired quality in the SEC, where it is often difficult to get space against opposing defensive backs.

Leslie is the 10th commitment of the class of 2013 for the Tigers, and the third receiver recruit in the class, joining John Diarse and Chuck Baker. LSU is bringing in another top class.

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