Here is a look at some of the most recent LSU offers that were sent out by the coaching staff over the last couple of weeks.

Class of 2019:
4-star cornerback DJ Turner II from Suwanee, GA:

4-star tight end Isaiah Foskey from Concord, CA:

3-star center Charles Turner from Bradenton, FL:

3-star tight end Garmon Randolph from Jefferson, GA:

5-star safety Daxton Hill from Tulsa, OK:

4-star strong-side defensive end Adisa Isaac Brooklyn, NY:

4-star OLB Mohamoud Diabate from Auburn, AL:

3-star TE Jalen Wydermyer from Dickinson, TX:

3-star TE Jude Wolfe from Bellflower, CA:

4-star safety Nick Cross from Hyattsville, MD:

3-star cornerback Joey Porter Jr. from Wexford, PA:

Class of 2020:
4-star athlete Arik Gilbert from Atlanta, GA:

4-star outside linebacker Sav'ell Smalls from Seattle, WA:

4-star offensive tackle Trent Pullen from Waco, TX:

4-star offensive tackle Marcus Henderson from Memphis, TN:

4-star offensive tackle Kevin Pyne from Millis, MA:


“I’m going to be more selective” - O
Reply9 months
You know a lot aren't going to fall to us. But this gets our name out there, stirs some excitement, and great if we get some of these guys, too.
Reply9 months
I think if you make offers up North you going to get someone just for the change in weather.
Reply9 months
Reply9 months
If the man offers tbese kids coast to coast it is far from Helter Skelter. It is turds like you who would be bitching if Coach Orgeron didn't offer OOS kids. Now that he has you bitch anyway. You are just a little whiney bitch. Stfu.
9 months
I think this is smart. Especially with the new signing period... you cant be offering 4 and 5 star kids late in the process (Nov & Dec) and expect them to sign.
Reply9 months
Don't forget about the offer to Kyle Hamilton, Safety out of Atlanta, GA - Marist High School, Stud Alert!, received offer last week.
Reply9 months
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