Head coach Ed Orgeron and new defensive line coach Dennis Johnson were in Plaquemine, LA on Tuesday to visit with LSU defensive tackle commit Nelson Jenkins.

The staff at Plaquemine High were excited to see Coach O.

Jenkins originally committed to LSU on February 16 choosing the Tigers over offers from Florida, Alabama, Kansas, and others. He is rated a four-star prospect by ESPN.

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


We coming!!!
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You can tell the man loves to recruit for LSU. I think that will eventually get the attention of not only LA coaches and recruits but OOS coaches and kids as well. If this man has any kind of national success, that's arse. That's the only thing other coaches have on him at this time is their success over his so if he can even those odds, there won't be many out there that could match him, and at that point they will just seem desperate to counter the LSU success. Many kids grow up watching and loving LSU the brand, especially on defense and as a running school. All LSU needs to do is somehow find a balanced attack, an offense to jive with that known defense and the recruiting will pick up.
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O is working his arse off. GEAUX get em
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Star emerges
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Now if we can get one of the really good juco rb's thatll help us till a start emerges in one of these future classes.. Frick it ill even go after fields brennan is good but i need to see better!!
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I don't anyone else who is putting in more effort on the recruiting trail than O. Glad to see it!
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Love it! Quality in the trenches! Building a team one brick at a time! I bet no other HC is logging as much time on the road and through the air as much as O! Keep getting stronger!
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Get that Tiger, more beef up front, beat the gumps!!!
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O looking good
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