» More From The Times-Picayune Sports News Recruiting Wednesday February 18, 2004 QB REEVER COMMITS TO LSU: LSU has received a commitment in football from quarterback Jordan Reever of Garland, Texas. Reever, 6 feet 2, 205 pounds, completed 530 of 865 passes (61 percent) for 6,622 yards and 70 touchdowns in 26 games as a starter at South Garland High, a Class 5A school near Dallas. His completion total is the third-highest in Texas Class 5A history. Reever missed five games as a senior with a dislocated elbow. South Garland was 9-3 in 2003 and won its first district championship in 30 years. "The question isn't why did I pick LSU; it's more like who wouldn't want to go to LSU?" Reever said. "Baton Rouge is a great city. LSU is a national champion, and I think the SEC is the most difficult football conference in the country. LSU's offense suits my style because it gives the quarterback a lot of freedom." Reever, who visited LSU this past weekend, also visited Brigham Young. He said he received grant-in-aid offers from Baylor, Syracuse and Maryland. Reever, who is academically qualified with a 3.4 grade-point average to play as a freshman, said he will report to LSU in June. LSU did not sign a quarterback Feb. 4, national letter-of-intent signing day. . . . Defensive back John Vigers (6-3, 185) of Tara in Baton Rouge has committed to Nebraska. Vigers is expected to sign later this week with the Cornhuskers. Redemptorist All-State running back Jay Lucas (5-11, 205) said he will sign with Nebraska, Central Florida or McNeese State. Vigers and Lucas are on The Times-Picayune Top 20 Blue-chip list.