Elite five-star power forward and major LSU target Trendon Watford announced that he will make his final commitment on May 20th at his Mountain Brook High School. He will go public with his decision around 2:30 pm that day.

Watford will pick between LSU, Indiana, Alabama, and Memphis.


The 6-9, 227-pound prospect from Birmingham, Alabama is rated the No. 5 power forward for 2019 and the No. 27 overall player in the country, according to the 247 Sports Composite rankings.
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When he was going to announce at the Jordan Brand classic I was confident it was LSU. But the longer it went on the less confident I became. Now he decided to have an announcement ceremony at his HS in alafrickingbama, now I'm really feeling less confident. I mean, the crowd will probably be pro bama, so why set up an announcement at your pro bama HS if you going to LSU. Man. LSU really needed this dude. Now I haven't a cue who LSU is recruiting. They missed on all 3 they were after.
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Let’s hope he picks LSU!!
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That’s the picture he chose? A high Side Show Bob?
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DAMN STRONG OFFER
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DAMN STRONG OFFER
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Damn Strong Offer
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Credit to Coach Wade for his ability to stay with this kid throughout the recent crapstorm. Welcome to LSU young man. We’re extremely glad to have you and we will be greeting you with lots of noise next year starting with a huge welcome in game 1 for our main man Coach Wade.
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Damn strong offer
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Just stop. It’s getting old.
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