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Head coach Ed Orgeron and the LSU Tigers landed a commitment from three-star defensive tackle Anthony Hundley on Sunday.

Hundley, a 6-3, 265-pound prospect from Miami, Florida, was previously committed to the Miami Hurricanes but reopened his recruitment in August.

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For more info on a Hundley, visit his profile page on our 2021 Recruiting Tracker.

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conman51 months
If he flips to Alabama he will get five stars.
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Tommy Patel51 months
We also need kids who will be here 4 years, impact players are always a priority, but kids to build your program is what sustains momentum.
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Cycledude51 months
If the staff thinks he’s good enough, I’m good with it. Welcome aboard Mr. Hundley!
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225Tyga51 months
3 star...meh
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Bayoubengal20551 months
Justin Jefferson was a 2 star recruit but is now a COMPLETE star in college football. I don’t care so much about those ratings. What I care about is having coaches that know how to evaluate players and make the right decisions with recruiting. And LSU has coaches in place that are brilliant in that aspect of their job. GEAUX TIGERS
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MT55551 months
Justin Jefferson was not a 2 star. He was a 3 star that everyone stopped looking at (schools and Recruiting sites) because of grades.
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southsidedell51 months
and i mean the kid is like 15. 6'3 265...at 15. Give the kid some time. The stars will be more to your liking
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GeauxPops51 months
The staff could recruit 25 , 5 stars and someone would complain!! Get a life and get behind the Tigers. Coach Aranda is the same coach this year as last year!!
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CanebreakCajun51 months
Please let us have another DC by then.
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CDawson51 months
Mo-freaking-ron
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Tigerpride1851 months
Coach o thinks Aranda's the best DC in the country.i trust canebreak Cajun over coach o.. Let's fire him..lol what a dumbass
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mallardhank51 months
Why even post this. Over a year away to signing and kid will change his mind several times by then. It’s not a commitment, it’s the flavor of the week
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TigerClassic51 months
It's a great sign that sought-after recruits are committing early to our program...it's a vote of confidence (to the world on social media) in the direction of the team.
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Tommy Patel51 months
It’s the world we live in, relevance of a program through social media because perception is reality. Capitalize while you’re hot and build your brand.
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goodgrin51 months
Can he run fast for a defensive lineman?
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NPComb51 months
:Boom:
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