Four-star offensive lineman Chasen Hines from Marshall, TX (Marshall) announced Sunday that he has committed to LSU.


The 6-3, 350-pound prospect from Marshall High School is rated the No. 8 offensive guard in the country for the class of 2018, according to Rivals.

He is LSU's 12th verbal commitment for the class of 2018.

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

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17 Comments
Good ole Chasin' Hiney.
Reply11 months
Glad he committed. Hope he signs.
Reply11 months
Looks like a good bulldozer to run behind...
Reply11 months
Let the big guy eat .
Reply11 months
Let the big guy eat .
Reply11 months
I'll take em that size all day long! It all starts with solid line play! He reminded me of Singletary also.
Reply11 months
Awesome. Welcome to the family.
Reply11 months
Big pick up. Kid will be good
Reply11 months
Games are won and lost in the trenches! Come on down Big Fella!
Reply11 months
Not really Clown. Games are won today by having a good quarter back. Did you not watch the Clemson-Alabama game?
11 months
Yes I did watch stupid, and if Clemson did have guys in the trenches (offensive line) then that quarterback wouldn't have had time to be great. The better question is did you watch the game!?
11 months
Kid looks like a young Mike Singletary with those glasses.
Reply11 months
Hey Brother!!!!
Reply11 months
Welcome aboard Hinezy!
Reply11 months
Hold That Tiger!!
Reply11 months
Now THAT's the kind of guy we need.
Reply11 months
Welcome aboard Chasen. By the way, it's Geaux
Reply11 months
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