Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports
LSU sent assistant coaches Frank Wilson, Ed Orgeron, and Bradley Dale Peveto to Monroe, LA on Sunday night to visit that state's No. 1 recruit Rashard Lawrence, a five-star defensive tackle from Neville HS, on first night of the contact period.

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Lawrence, a 6-3, 300-pound prospect, is rated the No. 6 defensive tackle in the country and the No. 1 player from Louisiana, according to 247Sports.

He holds offers from over twenty different schools, including nine from the SEC. It is reported that LSU is his top school with Alabama also in the mix.

For more info on Lawrence, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.
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Doyle McPoyle102 months
Look forward to seeing this guy make big plays for the Tigers in Death Valley
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arcalades102 months
How will firing the AD change the offense? How will firing the AD stop busted coverage with the defense? Will firing Joe guarantee BDP is fired from special teams duties or any other coaching duties? (don't mind keeping him for recruiting purposes).
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LSU-DUDE102 months
I Agree, I just don't understand how the AD keeps getting a pass.
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hill durham102 months
I think the one that should be fired is the AD.
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