Talented pass-rushed Sci Martin from New Orleans, LA (McDonogh 35) announced Monday that he will sign with LSU as part of the 2016 class.

He chose the Tigers over Alabama and TCU.


Martin was originally committed to TCU but decided not sign with the Horned Frogs or any other school on National Signing Day because of his mother’s medical condition. Since then, Martin's mother has been released from the hospital and he was ready to announce his decision.

Welcome aboard Martin!

Comments

20 Comments
user avatar
BEAST! BRING IT!
Reply81 months
user avatar
3-4 here we come.
Reply81 months
user avatar
Watched his video and he is throwing around QB's like rag dolls. This guy will be fun to watch.
Reply81 months
user avatar
Good for him for not rushing it.Major decision, take the time you need and the schools that really want you will still be around.
Reply81 months
user avatar
33.5 sacks his senior year. WOW.
Reply81 months
user avatar
Very glad to see mom in that picture beside him...welcome to LSU, Mr. Martin!
Reply81 months
user avatar
Further my talent?
Reply81 months
user avatar
Thank god.
Reply81 months
user avatar
Welcome aboard big man!
Reply81 months
user avatar
QBs he's coming for LS YOU!
Reply81 months
user avatar
This kid is underrated big time. He will get playing time this year.
Reply81 months
user avatar
agree
81 months
user avatar
The guy to his left (maybe dad?) looks thrilled.
Reply81 months
user avatar
choses lsu over bama.....drops a star on rivals
Reply81 months
user avatar
Rivals hates LSU.
81 months
user avatar
did that really happen? I always thought they had him as a 3*.
81 months
user avatar
BOOOOOOOOOOM! A little late to the party. But welcome aboard, Mr. Martin.
Reply81 months
user avatar
Never too late...welcome Sci!
81 months
user avatar
We beat bama in something!
Reply81 months
user avatar
The fixation some of y'all have is pretty sad.
81 months
Popular Stories
logoFollow TigerDroppings for LSU Football News
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates on LSU Football and Recruiting.

FacebookTwitterInstagram