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Quarterback Myles Brennan joins LSU's 2017 recruiting class

Myles Brennan is a two-year starter at St. Stanislaus. (Nola.com) Myles Brennan is a two-year starter at St. Stanislaus. (Nola.com)
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The LSU football recruiting class of 2017 added a big name today. Quarterback Myles Brennan out of St. Stanislaus in Pass Christian, said he'll be a Tiger via Twitter.

Brennan is a six-foot-three, pro-style quarterback for the Rock-A-Chaws. 247 sports ranks him as a three-star recruit. Brennan has already passed for 11,045 yards and 117 touchdowns in two seasons at St. Stanislaus.

Brandon Harris is a junior at LSU, and Lindsey Scott, Jr. out of Zachary will join the Tigers this fall as a quarterback as well.

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