The Tigers currently have the No. 2 recruiting class for 2016 and the coaching staff will be using the bye week to visit top high school targets and current commits around the country. is reporting that head coach Les Miles and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron will be visiting four-star quarterback commit Feleipe Franks today and will be attending his football game later this evening.

LSU defensive back coach Corey Raymond is using LSU's open date this weekend to visit four-star cornerback target Trayvon Mullen from Pompano Beach, FL (Coconut Creek).

Mullen, a 6-2, 170-pound prospect from Coconut Creek HS is rated the No. 2 overall cornerback in the country and the No. 4 player from the state of Florida, according to ESPN.

Defensive line coach Ed Orgeron is out of the recruiting trail visiting top D-line prospects around the south, according to multiple reports.

Visit our 2016 Recruiting Tracker for more info on LSU prospects and current commits.


Recruiting has really taken a step up in recent years.

And it is paying for itself on the field.

Geaux Tigers
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"LSU has a shot at signing 4 of the Top 15 cornerbacks and 3 of the Top 15 safeties in this class."
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This is exciting stuff
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