Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
Ed Orgeron and the LSU coaching staff received their first commitment for the class of 2020 when four-star defensive tackle McKinnley Jackson gave his verbal pledge to the Tigers on Monday night.

The 6-2, 260-pound prospect from George County, MS chose the Tigers over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, and others.


For more info on Jackson, visit his profile page on our 2020 Recruiting Tracker.

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Not the first time I've seen it here, but WTF is this "Boom!" shit?
Reply6 months
BOOM! GEAUX TIGERS!!!
6 months
you guys are a-holes. Lol. This kid's a stud. Hopefully we hang on to him
Reply6 months
What about 2018 olinemen and dlinemen?
Reply6 months
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Go Ed gooooo !!!
Reply6 months
km
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How about 2026 graduates? Any verbal commitments? What about 2028?
Reply6 months
Why is this a headline? Only if his papers are in hand should this be a headline.
Reply6 months
Then bama brings the hummers, cash and girls.
Reply6 months
and he'll sit for three years.
6 months
Lol I’ve heard this before. Your committed when you sign.
Reply6 months
Great! I guess our 2020 def line problems are solved. And I know there is no way a 16 or 17 year old kid would ever change his mind.
Reply6 months
wtf does this even mean? Oh yeah, nothing.
Reply6 months
A 2020 commit. Guess we in the top 5 in the recruiting war for that year.
Reply6 months
Wtf does non-verbally committing mean?
Reply6 months
I guess the opposite of verbal? Solid maybe? Idk these days
6 months
It means he’s a silent commit....duhhhh
6 months
It means he wants more free stuff from bama.
6 months
A 4 Star. Finally.
Reply6 months
Damn I feel old
Reply6 months
we are, ha ha, now get off my lawn, ha ha.
6 months
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