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Recruiting: 2018 QB Zadock Dinkelmann Commits to LSU

Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
14-year old quarterback Zadock Dinkelmann has committed to LSU for the 2018 class. The eighth-grade QB is from Somerset (Texas) Junior High School and is the newphew of former Heisman Trophy winner Ty Detmer. Per ESPN:
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Detmer said Dinkelmann committed to the Tigers on Friday after receiving a scholarship offer from LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron. Dinkelmann is the son of Detmer's sister, Dee. Dinkelman's father, Johan Dinkelmann, played at Cincinnati.

"LSU is a top program, and Zadock has liked LSU for a long time," Johan Dinkelmann said. "What kid at his age with dreams and aspirations wouldn't commit to a program like that? It's a tremendous opportunity. It was an opportunity that we, as his parents, wouldn't let him pass up if that's what he wanted."
Dinkelmann is 6-foot-4 and 190 pounds.



Here a full video of his 8th grade highlights: LINK

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monz29 - 7 months ago
Offering to an 8th grade kid is a bit of a stretch. Hell, they should see the spiral my 7 year old can throw while they are at it.
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LSUJuicer - 7 months ago
Was nervous about his age, but his size his big for his age. Hopefully these next four years he developes really well.
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iliveinabox - 7 months ago
big kid..
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diddydirtyAubie - 7 months ago
*14
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diddydirtyAubie - 7 months ago
Zadock looks really old for 18.
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