Three-star running back Tae Provens from Gurley, AL signed his National Letter of Intent with LSU during Thursday's early signing period.

The 6-0, 190-pound prospect from Madison County HS gave his verbal commitment to LSU back in June, choosing the Tigers over offers from Tennessee, Auburn, Ole Miss, Louisville, USC, UCLA, and others.


The Tigers now have 19 total signees for the class of 2018 with the addition of Provens. He joins four-star RB Chris Curry as LSU's two running back signees. The Tigers will also to look to add four-star uncommitted running back Harold Joiner in February.

The coaching staff will get a signature from four-star DE commit Jarell Cherry on Friday and his hoping for uncommitted five-star WR Terrace Marshall to sign with LSU tomorrow as well.

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

Comments

22 Comments
Stealing a guy like Provens out of Ala. who did not recruit him means one thing...... he will strive to prove Saban wrong and beat the Tide everytime he laces up
Reply4 months
Looking good young man. He will do well with an improved line too. Welcome to Tiger Country, Mr. Provens!
Reply4 months
Any idea why his 40 time is 4.73 on ESPN? Looks faster in the video?
Reply4 months
Great signing! I love this early signing period. Now we know what we have, basically, and it looks like a group of quality young men! They can get acclimated to college life and be ready to hit the ground running in the spring! Throw in a few top targets on NSD, and O’s first class is looking like money in the bank! Very excited right now!
Reply4 months
He’s going to be a gem @ LSU... he will get bigger, stronger and faster... he has great vision and can cut on a dime besides catching the ball out of the back field ...a diamond in the rough... looking forward to seeing him run the ball for the Tigers... Welcome aboard!!!....
Reply4 months
lsusportsman the kicker we just got will actually not take a signee spot
Reply4 months
Welcome! Don't just anyone get neck! In highlight film... Buoyyyy!!!!
Reply4 months
Welcome! Don't just anyone get neck! In highlight film... Buoyyyy!!!!
Reply4 months
This is an alvin kamara type back with similar build to match up with curry da power back.. Wow... We have the Beef in the trenches for years to come and if we seal terrance marshall we might can get his qb justin rogers smh... Let go get patrick surtain jr. and his teamate the other corner in the top 25 and we are good.. Maybe joiner too!!
Reply4 months
He's very fast. Very fast. I'm guessing the 19 guys they have signed includes the grad transfer K we signed.
Reply4 months
The Kicker is a grad transfer and won’t count as a signee.
4 months
Welcome man and do work
Reply4 months
I’d rather have pooka
Reply4 months
Why not both? Don’t put down future tigers
4 months
Normally, I'd bitch about 3 stars, but this one I like. That profile picture is definitely of a guy who does not intend to suck.
Reply4 months
Ok
4 months
Old
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he s fast!
Reply4 months
He has a set of wheels! Burned multiple guys that had the angle on him.
Reply4 months
LSU must've been an obvious choice for him after seeing logo at school's midfield
Reply4 months
I just have a feeling that this young man will have a big impact at LSU at some point in his career, and think he will start fairly early. Possibly a 1st year RS but you never know. I think he plays his second year for certain, no matter the RS or not. Welcome Tae Provens! You're underrated IMO buddy!!
Reply4 months
Agree.... throw out the 3 stars...they made a mistake rating this kid for sure....he’s going to be very good for the Tigers IMO....
4 months
Let's do this!!!
Reply4 months
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