Four-star offensive tackle Rafiti Ghirmai from Frisco, TX unveiled his top six schools on Twitter Wednesday afternoon and included LSU is the list.

His top six schools are Alabama, Texas, UCLA, LSU, Florida, and Miami.


The 6-5, 290-pound prospect from Wakeland High Schools is rated No. 17 offensive tackle in the country for the class of 2018, according to ESPN.

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

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Why would a lineman want to go to texas. Go somewhere like lsu where u got studs in the backfield. Open a little crease and u are an all american
Reply7 months
Especially against Alabama
7 months
Yea, Texas has zero history of producing good RBs....
7 months
5-star name
Reply7 months
Sounds like a tough lineman. Come on over to Death Valley!
Reply7 months
Kids tape reminds me of a young Ratphuc Hobeley
Reply7 months
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