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4-star CB Devin Bush Commits to Arkansas

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 Bush, a four-star defensive back (2019) from Edna Karr High School in New Orleans, committed to Arkansas over LSU on Sunday after taking an official visit for the game, according to USA Today.

“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.

Bush’s Edna Karr squad will also be looking for a return to LHSAA Prep Classic December 6-8 on CST.