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Four-star 2018 athlete Caden Sterns from Cibolo, TX (Steele) announced Sunday that he has committed to LSU.

The 6-1, 173-pound prospect chose the Tigers over offers from schools like Texas, Michigan, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and others.

LSU now has four verbal commitments for the class of 2018 with Stern's on board.

For more info on Sterns, visit his profile page on our 2018 Recruiting Tracker.


We get plenty "athletes", running backs, receivers, and dbs.....we need OL, DL, and linebackers. We keep losing the best of these to Bama.
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16 months
But I'm still thrilled to have this fellow come to LSU.
16 months
True Dat! That's where the games are won. It seems like Bama is a magnet for the top linebackers every year. I'm sure Coach O is aware of this and has a plan to go get some good ones. You can never have enough!
16 months
Until Dave flips to UT
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