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Four-star athlete Ju’Juan Johnson from Lafayette, La., announced this week that he would be making his college commitment on Saturday at 10:30 am, with LSU as one of his top choices.

Johnson, a 6-0, 180-pound prospect from Lafayette Christian Academy, has LSU, Florida, and Colorado as his final three schools.


LSU currently has eight players committed for the class of 2024.

For more info on Johnson, visit his profile page on our 2024 Recruiting Tracker.

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NorthSider7213 months
What Colorado pulls now will be on the Express Portal Train at season's end.
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Tiger198813 months
Choose CU and good luck in coaching. They will get curb stomping because this isn’t an HBC.
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LSU82Cajun13 months
If he chooses Colorado it’s a hell of a Ski school
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UnclePat7613 months
It’s only good when they sign their LOI.
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KillTheGophers13 months
This crap is cringe worthy
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mdomingue13 months
Check you link to Ju'Juan Johnson. It take you to Kolaj Cobbins (LINK /).
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theBru13 months
Think I'll drive over & see if I can influence him Saturday morning...
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Shame on anyone over the age of 21 who actually tunes in to watch this stuff (unless it is a job requirement)
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ccomeaux13 months
He plays for Trev, my money is he will be a Tiger come Saturday
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buzwa13 months
This kid is awesome. Hope he is a Tiger.
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TouchdownTony13 months
Colorado getting visits from kids they weren't getting visits from. Seems like the Bill McCartney days.
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blueboy13 months
Or they're just good at raising money for NIL's, since teams can just straight up pay kids now.
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rob6213 months
Colorado’s high school recruiting class is ranked by 247 as 29th in the country, their transfer class is ranked 5th in the country, and the combined recruiting class is ranked 21st. Deion is all hype and is a totally unproven head coach.
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RightWingTiger13 months
CUs recruiting classes were in the 40-60 range prior to Deion so 29 (21 on 247) is a very big improvement imo.
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Double Down13 months
LOL at Colorado in on these kids.
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NPComb13 months
Coach Prime should not be underestimated. That said, JJJ is staying in the SEC.
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YMCA13 months
I don’t think anyone underestimates Prime and his ability to recruit, but at some point he’ll start playing teams with good coaching to go with equally talented players and it will cause the excitement to die down. They’ll win less than 5 games next year.
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rob6213 months
Prime’s recruiting is overrated. His high school recruiting class is ranked 29th and his overall class is 21st. If LSU recruited at that level it would be a disaster.
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NPComb13 months
We need the Triple J guarantee- LET’S GEAUX!!!
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