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  1. GiantDuckFan

    GiantDuckFan be excellent to each other Staff Member

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  2. Rolan

    Rolan Live from Houston

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    This is exactly how most saw CEH, but he always had flashes of great skill when he got his chance as an underclassman. But always left behind the other backs. And this is exactly why so many feel so strongly about him, he was the underdog and now he is the superstar. In the NFL lets see how it goes, so far he is kicking ass.
     
  3. kcal

    kcal Founding Member

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    this from an article in The Athletic.

    I’m a big fan of The Athletic. You should be too....


    LSU’s in-state dominance a sight to see
    You’ve probably heard this quite a bit, but here it is again: LSU landed a five-star prospect from Louisiana.

    Safety Jacoby Mathews of Ponchatoula High announced his commitment Friday, making him the third five-star prospect from the state of Louisiana to join the Tigers’ 2022 class. The other two are quarterback Walker Howard of Lafayette St. Thomas More and offensive tackle Will Campbell of Monroe Neville.

    The state of Louisiana is stacked with talent in the 2022 class, and the Tigers, predictably, are taking advantage. As a result, Ed Orgeron’s program has a legitimate chance to win the recruiting crown.

    The top 11 players in Louisiana in this cycle all rank among the top 175 players nationally. All of them have either committed to LSU or haven’t committed at all. LSU already has pledges from the top three players in the state in addition to the No. 7 player (four-star cornerback Laterrance Welch of Lafayette Acadiana) and the No. 11 player (four-star receiver Aaron Anderson of New Orleans Edna Karr).

    LSU is also the favorite to land four-star running back Le’veon Moss of Baton Rouge Istrouma Senior (the No. 93 overall player), four-star athlete Kendrick Law of Shreveport Captain Shreve (No. 112) and four-star running back TreVonte’ Citizen of Lake Charles College Prep (No. 157).

    It cannot be stressed enough how important locking down borders is in recruiting, and no program has done it better than LSU. When a state is as stacked as Louisiana is in 2022 — and the in-state program locks down that talent — the end result is a class that will assuredly put the Tigers firmly back into the national championship race in the near future.

    LSU’s 2022 class now has 13 commitments and ranks No. 2 nationally behind Georgia.
     
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