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Ed Orgeron and the LSU coaching staff received some greats news on Thursday when talented four-star 2022 safety Bryan Allen Jr. committed to the Tigers.

Allen, a 6-1, 185-pound prospect from Aledo, Texas, chose LSU over offers from schools like Texas A&M, Florida, Oklahoma, Texas, USC, and many others.

Allen is rated the No. 2 rated safety in the country and the No. 5 overall player from the state of Texas for the class of 2022, according to 247Sports.

LSU now has four verbal commitments for the class of 2022 with the addition of Allen Jr.

For more info on Allen Jr., visit his profile page on our 2022 Recruiting Tracker.


Geaux Tigers
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My goodness
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DBU just reloads baby!
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Yes !!! Comes from an absolute football factory. Teammates with one of the top 2021 a lot receivers in the nation as well in Jojo Earle
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According to a Sports Illustrated examination of football recruits, “Of the 500 players ranked in the Rivals100 for the classes of 2007 through 2011, 73 (14.6 percent) de-committed at some point during their recruitment. Of those, 62 (12.4 percent) ultimately signed with a school other than the one to which they originally committed.” So another way of putting it, 85% stick to their commitment. This is a huge get. I’m sick of the negativity associated with early commitments. I’m excited!
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Great data
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Well decomits seem like they have been more prevalent in the last 10 years. Not sure this data is relevant anymore
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How long before we need to ReSpEcT his DeCiSiOn???
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Lol- good point. Yeah these early “commitments” often are not worth much.
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