Four-star running back TreVonte' Citizen was in Baton Rouge this weekend for his official visit to LSU and posted this picture on social media of him with running back coach Frank Wilson.


Citizen, who is rated the No. 2 running back in the country according to Rivals, has LSU as one of his top schools along with Auburn, Nebraska, USC, Florida, Miami, Michigan State, 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.

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

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If we pull Perkins and citizen that would be epic. Probably will happen too.
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He coming..We coming
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To Gramblins
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Hope the young man chooses LSU...time for another great back from Louisiana to play here and shine!
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I can’t wait till he vomits to Auburn. The melt Will be epic!!
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I don't how familiar you are with LA, but RB's grow on trees
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I vomit on Auburn all the time. Hope he does the same too.
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Are those trees really dying???? Lmao GO REAL TIGERS!!!
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Nebraska, Mich St, Grambling.....yeah right
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Ratings still mean something, it's a player's LOI or commitment that doesn't mean shite anymore.
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I watched Tony Citizen at McNeese back in '87/'88. Tony had that effortless stride like Eric Dickerson. Don't know anything about this young man except for his bloodline which is rich. Something tells me he's gonna be a star.
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I don't get the ratings systems ? If he is considered the #2 running back in the country, why is he only 4 stars ? Yet I see another position like lineman , where someone is rated 5 or six in the country and are 5 stars.
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The rating system is supposed to be a roughly objective metric (obviously that's not possible, but that's the goal) so that a 4* RB one year is roughly equivalent to a 4* RB another year. If the #2 RB is only a 4* then that means that this year's RB class isn't super strong. If the #6 O-Linemen is still ranked as a 5* then that means the O-Linemen class is pretty deep this year.
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Jake Johnson is the same way. #1 TE, 4 star. Geaux has a good explanation.
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If we dont get the Citizen/Cain backfield, it will be a sorely missed opportunity.
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You are the first i've seen say this. Very nice.
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Saban is heading to South La to have a one on one with this man
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Saban Needs to stay out of Louisiana.
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Call the RAF and have the raid intercepted.
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He would be amazing at LSU
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I root for the boot! Stay home & make us great again!
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if he wants playing time early LSU should have plenty to give.
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Gordon, you know what to do
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Go Get'm Frank!!!
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TreVonte LSU needs the Louisiana boys to stay home and get LSU back where it needs to be. I hope to see you in the LSU uniform this Fall.
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