LSU won't be able to sign any recruits who wish to enroll early to financial aid agreements for the next two years.
The Advocate found the penalties handed down from the SEC via a public records request. The penalties stem from a player who signed a financial aid agreement with LSU to enroll early in January. When a player does so, the school he signs an FAA with is allowed unlimited contact – but only if he early enrolls with that school. The player didn't, and therefore LSU violated the unlimited contact provision.
As part of the sanctions, LSU will also lose 21 (10 percent) of its 2015 recruiting evaluation days.
The name of the recruit is unknown and the Advocate said LSU declined comment. The report does list one player who signed a FAA early but didn't sign a LOI with LSU.
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