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Former LSU commit Nadab Joseph from Miami, FL announced Tuesday night that he has committed to Alabama.


The 6-3, 180-pound safety from Miami Norland HS is rated the No. 10 safety in the country and the No. 20 overall player from the state of Florida for the class of 2018, according to Rivals.

Joseph gave his verbal commitment to LSU in June of 2016 when Les Miles was still the head coach and reopened his recruitment this past August.

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

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34 Comments
We getting Cook, Joseph, and Surtain anyway so I'm not concerned about this at all.
Reply10 months
We won't be needy at safety anytime soon. Nab will get quicker playing time at Bama, not here with Delpit, Monroe, Harris, Stevens......
10 months
Wow! I hope you’re right and we get all three! What a secondary that would be!
10 months
Good!!! Makes more room in this recruiting class for positions that have more immediate needs. With this new 25 recruit cap rule, recruiting has changed considerably. We will have to be more selective. Things have a way of working out. Good Luck Mr. Joseph. I think the LSU vs Alabama worm is about to turn and starting favoring LSU more and more. Geaux Tigers!!!
Reply10 months
Good LSU will get the 5th best safety with Kelvin Jospeh
Reply10 months
Tigerbait
Reply10 months
Who cares. Dime a dozen. Skill players grow on trees. The focus is on the trenches. Load up on the hogs. 2ndary depth is not an issue
Reply10 months
Better take down your sexual harrasment picture of Roy Moore/Conyers/or Franken feeling up that muscular babe before the Administration subpoenas yo arse
10 months
He will decommit and commit to A&M, watch
Reply10 months
You douche
Reply10 months
Good!!! Makes more room in this recruiting class for positions that have more immediate needs. With this new 25 recruit cap rule, recruiting has changed considerably. We will have to be more selective. Things have a way of working out. Good Luck Mr. Joseph. I think the LSU vs Alabama worm is about to turn and starting favoring LSU more and more. Geaux Tigers!!!
Reply10 months
Absolutely right. And Saban knows it’s no longer a cake walk. He will actually have to game plan for the Tigers and not just play the same base defense every down like when Cameron was calling plays(with help from Miles.)
10 months
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The 25 recruit cap has been going on for nearly a decade though.
10 months
When the Pachyderms lose to Clemson again in playoffs and LSu beats them next year the Toilet Roll wont be taking any more of our commits
Reply10 months
LSu beats them next year Bet you been saying this the last six years :NextYearU:
10 months
When the Pachyderms lose to Clemson again in playoffs and LSu beats them next year the Toilet Roll wont be taking any more of our commits
Reply10 months
Good! I want guys who wannaplay for LSU & wanna beat BAMA.
Reply10 months
Lol. I see this every time a recruit choses Bama over us. How well has that been working out for us?
10 months
@saint tiger, LSU recruits better safeties than Alabama
10 months
Like it matters. PoundMeToo
Reply10 months
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trash
Reply10 months
Shocker
Reply10 months
Ouch
Reply10 months
Enjoy your car! You deserve it!!!
9 months
Best of luck to the kid. Sees a chance to play sooner at Bama. Plus playing for a title every year is tempting.
Reply10 months
Too bad Eddie O is still committed
Reply10 months
Saban snatching kids right under coach O's nose. Not looking good!!!!
Reply10 months
You do realize that Miami is not in Louisiana, right?
10 months
But we have a vaunted recruiter at head coach.
Reply10 months
even the best recruiters do not get them all...bring this bs somewhere else
10 months
Troll
10 months
And we have a douche nozzle for a fan in Texas.
10 months
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