A former LSU quarterback has lost out on the starting job at the junior college level.

Narcisse split time with Chance Lovetrich through the first six games of the year for Mississippi Gulf Coast, completing 44-fo-96 passes for 506 yards, to go along with three touchdowns and on interception, while rushing for another 164 yards and 6 scores.

Listed by ESPN as the number 105 overall prospect, and as the nation's fifth-best dual-threat quarterback for the Class of 2017, Narcisse attended St. James High School, where he he threw for over 5,000 yards, while rushing for another 2,000 as a freshman and sophomore.

The 6-foot-2, 240-pound Narcisse was limited by injuries as an upperclassman, missing his entire senior campaign with a knee injury, after being limited to only 296 passing yards as a junior to to injuries.

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