Cade York, a 6-2, 175-pound kicker from Prosper, TX committed to LSU over the Holiday weekend.

York is ranked as the No. 2 placekicker in the country for the class of 2019, according to Kohl's Kicking Camps.

The Tigers now have 11 verbal commitments for the class of 2019 with the addition of York.



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30 Comments
Excellent news! We need a quality kicker in the worst way
Reply38 months
This is good news, hope it sticks.
Reply38 months
Glad to have him. Hope he can learn to speak Australian (nod to Coach Miles).
Reply38 months
God, we needed this. Thank you Lord.
Reply38 months
May KickerU commence!
Reply38 months
so we are getting excited about the kickers now?
Reply38 months
Well right now it’s still apart of the game. Our kicking has been costly recently and so it doesn’t hurt to bring in a good kicker.
38 months
A part*
38 months
We been sending trash cans out on the field to kick for us for a couple of years now so, yeah, I'm excited!
38 months
Funny looking kick, but he kicks the shite out of it
Reply38 months
Looks like Myles Brennan will have a workout partner
Reply38 months
His name could replace Graham Wellington in those equal housing commercials lol
Reply38 months
So he was committed to Texas but then committed to LSU? wat?!
Reply38 months
Very nice trajectory
Reply38 months
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Heard he hasn't kicked in a game since 8th grade...but when he did, he dropped bombs.
Reply38 months
nukes
38 months
Old
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What distances is this young athlete consistently good with? 45 yards?
Reply38 months
good every time
Reply38 months
Great news and a position of need! Welcome to LSU.
Reply38 months
He'll set his record against arkansas. Never fails an lsu kicker drains a 45+ yarder against us every year it seems like
Reply38 months
Are you saying LSU needs a kicker to get by or beat y'all every year?? Wrong!! Maybe that was true with Miles to a degree because y'all still got blown out in some games, but LSU's talent versus y'alls is a mismatch every year.
38 months
No jackass im saying even in the years you would usually beat us 35-14 youd beat us 38-14 because your kicker would still drill a 52 yarder.
38 months
Dropping 55 yard bombs like they're extra points.
Reply38 months
Solid get...Welcome to LSU !!!
Reply38 months
But can he kick without a kicking coach?
Reply38 months
Ed O is scheduled to visit three nursing homes in the next 2 days. We'll have a kicking coach yet.
38 months
Not sure if serious but you know LSU has a special teams coach?
38 months
Well Greg McMahon is LSU Special Teams Coordinator. Now I don't know how good of a kicking coach he is but he is a damn good Special Teams Coach with a wealth of NFL experience winning a Super Bowl with my New Orleans Saints.
38 months
Noice!
Reply38 months
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