Ed Orgeron and the LSU coaching staff received a verbal commitment from three-star defensive tackle Jordan Berry on Saturday while he was visiting campus.

Berry, a 6-3, 280-pound prospect from Harbor City, CA (Narbonne High School) is LSU's 10th commit for 2020 and the third defensive tackle in the class.


For more info on Berry, visit his profile page on our 2020 Recruiting Tracker.

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Some negativity here. Hope this kid doesn’t read this board.
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Great news!
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Welcome, West Coast Tiger! I hope you know what "commitment" means. HOLD THAT TIGER!
Reply1 month
Logan. Lacouture. Godchaux.
Reply1 month
Name one 3 star DT that played in the NFL that came from Lsu in the last 15 years
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I seriously doubt J. Berry will make it to the NFL after being a 3-star signee for LSU. If you had seen his film and offer list you would probably feel the same way. There is no way this guy doesn't become a 4-star before signing day.
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Wtf are you trying to say?? That made zero sense
1 month
How about All pro Denelle Hunter
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Some Very good former Tigers came in as a “3 Star!” Don’t always trust the accuracy of the supposed “Star Power!”
Reply1 month
3 star baby. We comin
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Does anyone know here know you're g4416mp?
1 month
TNT Boom!
Reply1 month
Some stupid shitheads posting in here.
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Yea, Florida (Mullens), Georgia (Kirby Smart), and USC must all be stupid too. They offered Jordan.
1 month
Tons of stupid shite heads all over this site
1 month
Boom Shocka Locka!
Reply1 month
Welcome to Tiger nation. Glad to have u as one of us. Geaux Tigers
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After some careful consideration and prayer, I feel like the best decision for myself and my family is to re-open up my recruitment. This has been a long process to decide where I will spend the next 3-4 years playing football. Thank you so much to Coach Orgeron and the LSU family, but I have a lot of thinking to do. PlEaSe ReSpEcT mY dEcIsIoN!
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Pretty spot on. It’s not a knock on the player or the coaches. Just when a kid commits this early it’s highly unlikely to stay committed without, and unfair to expect them to. They’re 17 year old kids and should allow themselves to enjoy the process of recruitment.
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I lmao so true
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Your name sucks and I bet you sure do like you some lower case dic*.
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I'm sorry, you're right. [Insert overly positive comment for upvotes here.]
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O sure does like him some 3 stars. lower case boom!
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You ever heard of player evaluation was clown
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Some Very good former Tigers came in as a “3 Star!” Don’t always trust the accuracy of the supposed “Star Power!”
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It doesnt have to be overly positive, but then again everything g is negative for some of you. I've been as big of an Ed O critic as anyone but it is good to see them making an impact in recruiting the west coast.
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