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Barbara Gauntt/Clarion Ledger via Imagn Content Services, LLC
Talented four-star running back TreVonte' Citizen from Lake Charles, La. announced his top eight schools on Thursday and included LSU in the mix.

His top schools are Auburn, Nebraska, USC, Florida, Miami, Michigan State, LSU, and Grambling.


The 6-0, 217-pound prospect from Lake Charles College Prep was committed to LSU throughout this past season but reopened up his recruitment in late November just days before Brian Kelly was hired.

Citizen, who is rated the No. 2 running back in the country according to Rivals, remains a top priority for LSU as new associate head coach and running back coach Frank Wilson visited with him just days after he was hired.


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

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Between the China bots and idiots... Hard to tell them apart
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sure hope recruits don't read all the hate on these pages
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I coached against his father’s team. All I remember is my two nephews got run over by his father Tony. Hopefully Citizen narrows his search down to 35 schools by signing day. Then whomever has the most money to offer he can go there.
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BK is not wasting time with the showboating, divas, lover boys he is looking for players who desire to play for LSU .
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When's the bathing suit competition & the talent show? Ha! Would love to get him, but we have a bird in the hand with Noah. Would be great to get him, but the drama is big here.
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How the hell do you have a “top 8” in the middle of January? Whatever dude
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Getting Cain tells me we might not be playing with this dude's shenanigans. Sounds like he's a head case.
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Top 8? fricking Prima donna!
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Bless his little heart. He may as well remove LSU because our shite stinks. His apparently doesn't.
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rescind the offer and let him go. Time to move on. Better to have a kid that freely wants to play here than a hired gun only motivated by bucks. Not a good start on his adult awareness of values for life.
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My brother is big time Penn St guy( and pretty knowledgeable about college football and said this Cain is REALLY good Got hurt and then beefed with Franklin about playing time. Said he can catch ball as well
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I top 8 released less than 3 weeks from signing day. Classic!
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Why can’t we pull one of these in state studs. Guy could light up the SEC
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Noah Cain just transferred in from Penn St. We don't need Citizen.
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This late, who fricking cares? Seriously. Blah blah blah
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He is the best RB prospect imo. But at this point as long as it isn't Florida or auburn it's a win imo
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crappy reporting TD
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8 schools this late in recruiting? Lol
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The highest bidder wins.
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His dad has taken over his recruitment & will attend the school with the best package. NIL for son & cash for dad.
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Emphasis on dad.
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what position does dad play?
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Leech
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