Ed Orgeron and the LSU coaching staff landed a commitment from four-star cornerback Khamauri Rogers on Sunday night.

Rogers, a 6-0, 160-pound prospect from Lexington, Mississippi (Holmes County), is rated the No. 1 cornerback in the country and the No. 8 overall recruit for the class of 2022, according to the early 247 Composite Rankings.

The Tigers now have three verbal commitments for the 2022 class with the addition of Rogers.


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

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This is all well and good, but on this very page there is a link to a post entitled: "Four-Star WDE Alec Bryant Decommits From LSU" Until they sign the NLOI, this is just pleasant noise.
Reply19 days
Look on the recruiting page. There's a reason that AB decommitted.
19 days
I know. But other kids decommit for no identifiable reason. The point is to not get too spun up on the promises of a 15/16 year old.
19 days
That's true most of the time however if u take a look at his 2nd Tweet u see this kids CLEARLY a Tiger from BIRTH! Only way he DC's is if we tell him we're givin his scholly to another player, the kid gets hurt or all of a sudden he just SUXS! Which all 3 seem pretty doubtful YEA?
18 days
How can you be on this site and not know who that is.. Mind blowing
Reply20 days
That's supposed to be for the who is 33 question
20 days
Jamal Adams. Todd isn't that big.
19 days
How’s the #1 CB in the country, #8 overall recruit in the country only a 4 star
Reply20 days
There are no 5 star recruits in the class of 2022...yet. Too early.
20 days
Alright... somebody help me here with who is the #33 in his edit?
Reply20 days
Todd Harris? Seems odd unless he is related or close friends
20 days
Jamal Adams
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Jamal Adams.
20 days
2022...so he's a 9th grader right now?
Reply20 days
10th.
19 days
The DBU University
Reply20 days
The DBU University
Reply20 days
lil skinny but hopefully he is as advertised!
Reply20 days
skinny? It's the class of 2022 lol, you expected a grown arse man?
20 days
Shut up
20 days
Gee tyga, you really got him.
19 days
Boom as long as there's not 3 more "respect my decisions" between now and 2022
Reply20 days
Great news, although its hard to take a 16 year old kid serious this far out. If I was a betting man, he will change his commitment at least once before 2022
Reply20 days
Yeah, but at least he is starting with us and not the Gumps. Nothing is guaranteed, but easier to keep than to flip.
20 days
He grew up an lsu fan, look at the pictures. There's a reason he committed early asf.
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