Talented four-star defensive end K’Lavon Chaisson spoke with SEC Country this week and said that LSU and Texas are his top two schools.

Chaisson will visit LSU on Jan. 13 and will announce his final decision on National Signing Day.

Chaisson also said that he was extremely happy when Ed Orgeron was named head coach and has a great relationship with defensive coordinator Dave Aranda.

“Hell yeah, I was real happy,” Chaisson laughed. “When I had seen that, I said: ‘That can’t be true.’ Really, I screamed, ‘Coach O got the job!’ I was glad to see them keep it in the family. He’s a real cool guy and I love him to death.”

Chaisson also boasts a fantastic relation with LSU defensive coordinator Dave Aranda.

Aranda is spearheading the 4-star defensive end/linebacker hybrid’s recruitment and has expressed multiple ideas on how to use him — immediately — in Baton Rouge.

“When and if I get there, Arden Key will be there … for his last year supposedly,” Chaisson explained. “I’ll play on the other side of him. I can draw attention away from him. They want me on the field as soon as possible, but nothing is guaranteed.”
The 6-4, 215-pound prospect from North Shore High School in Houston is rated the No. 5 defensive end in the country and the No. 10 overall player from the state of Texas for the class of 2017, according to ESPN.

For more info on Chaisson, visit his profile page on our 2016 Recruiting Tracker.


I think he is locked in. Especially since he is taking that visit on the 13th. He's just waiting on the drum role.
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He was impressive in the UA game today.
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I'd rather play for a real coach.
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Lets be honest BigPerm, you would play for any coach that would have you, along with most of us here on the rant. 99% of us would jump at the chance to play ball at LSU, regardless of who was coaching. You included I'm sure.
59 months
well i dont think he a fake coach or he would have step down already if he was fake big perm worm :)
59 months
I like it, but 215lbs? We need to get this boy on a gumbo meal plan!
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Sounds like he's envisioning himself a Tiger! Coach Aranda sealing the deal! Who wouldn't want to play opposite of Arden Key? That's like Jackson and Swilling from the Dome Patrol back in the day!
Reply59 months
The crazier the name, the likelier to sign with LSU. He in.
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