LSU defeated host Arkansas on Saturday to capture the Golden Boot. However, the Razorbacks kicked their rival the next day on the recruiting trail in Tigers territory.
— Devin C. Bush7️⃣ (@Dev_Bush1) November 11, 2018
“The academic school of business, I heard that’s one of the top things in the program,” Bush said to 247Sports. “When I go to college, I’ll be studying finance and business. I want to be a businessman in my future.”
Bush explains that the comfort level with the Arkansas coaching staff sold him on leaving his home state to become a member of the Razorbacks.
“The best part was chilling with (Arkansas defensive backs) Coach (Mark) Smith all day, even on a game day,” Bush said to 247Sports. “He had a game to play that night, but I saw his face for most of the day and most of my visit. That was a big thing for me. He has a positive vibe and it seems like he has a winning attitude. That’ll be good going through my 3-4 years at any university, a coach with a positive attitude, that’s a good coach.”
The 6-foot,190-pound Bush is the No. 13 prospect in Louisiana, No. 25 cornerback in the nation and is ranked 220th overall according to 247Sports.
While landing Bush would’ve been a boon, LSU is still stocked with elite talent at the unit in the Class of 2019.
LSU’s 2019 recruiting class currently ranks No. 4 in the SEC and No. 9 in the nation, including a five-star commit (Derek Stingley) and two four-star commits (Maurice Hampton and Dreshun Miller) at defensive back.