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BJ Ojulari, a four-star defensive end from Marietta, GA, flipped his commitment from Tennessee to LSU on Sunday.

The 6-3, 224-pound prospect from Marietta High School is rated as the No. 9 weakside defensive end in the country, according to the 247Sports.

His high school teammate is five-star tight end Arik Gilbert who committed to LSU on Wednesday.


LSU now has 24 verbal commits for the class of 2020 with the addition of Ojulari.

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

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Wow man, two great players from the same high school is impressive. Orgeron and his assistants are killing it on the recruiting trail this class.
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Lol at Tennessee
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DOOOOOOOOD!!!!!!
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Tigers just keep getting better.
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Winners win
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How many spots do we have left?
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One.
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In two weeks it’ll be switched from LSU to Bama
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Your wife will switch from a douche to a real man after that game too.
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In two weeks you will realize you have always been a vagina
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Melt
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Need room for dumervil and Evans. Who gets dropped???
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And Guillory!!
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Ali Gaye can go. 3 star DE from Edmonds, WA. That still leaves us with 3 DE for the 2020 class (all of which are 4 stars)
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This have awesome, still need to close out with a few o line!
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Ready for Guillory, Evans, Webb and Dumervil next. Come on down, O will make room!!! Best class ever!!!
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That’s great. Hope we can get a few O linemen with whatever scholarships we have left.
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LSU/Coach O owns straight up raiding GA...Dat Ferguson Affect!
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Great choice young man.
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Damn Thats a hell of a get. To be that highly ranked at that position shows that there's some potential for this guy to be a big time pass rusher In the future. Imo the pass rush has been the only thing holding our team back from being the best defense in the country year after year
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Start of the season I would agree, but the defense is starting to come around and both corners are shutdown
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Geaux Tigers!
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