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Ed Orgeron and the LSU coaching staff landed a commitment from 2019 defensive tackle Joseph Evans on Sunday.

The 6-3, 305-pound prospect is from Haynesville, LA.

LSU now has seven verbal commits for the class of 2019 with the addition of Evans.

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18 Comments
def wish the 2017 class was way bigger with about 5 juco Oline and Dlineman..
Reply13 months
Good news but I hate verbal commits. You can't trust kids these days. They are worried about creating a circus so they can get in front of a camera and tell everyone where they are "taking their talents to"
Reply13 months
Keep me posted on his intentions at the end of 2018x
Reply13 months
I played Demetric -I didn't belong lol
Reply13 months
Hold That TIGER!!!!!
Reply13 months
Old
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muy bien!
Reply13 months
I'm from Haynesville. This kid is a diamond in the rough. He's actually still growing was around 6'1 270lbs last year as a sophomore and is 6'2 300lbs as a junior. He comes from a very good blood line. Cousins Demetric and Doug played in the league for a long time. He is strong and very quick off the ball! He will be a great fit for the 5 technique in our 3-4 defense.
Reply13 months
Demetric Evans was one of many elite talents to leave the state during the 90’s.
13 months
But, is he going to declare for the NFL Draft after his 3rd year? This is important you know since most folks that follow LSU on the rant didn't attend LSU and thinks every decent player should go pro after being in college 3 years. It helps LSU to plan for the future. ;-)
13 months
there won't be an nfl in three years, bankruptcy coming....
13 months
I doubt any of you could find Haynesville on the map.
Reply13 months
Been there
13 months
Everyone from Kentwood knows about haynesville
13 months
We’re the only one to offer him if that says anything
Reply13 months
Bama bound if offer comes
13 months
It's says you're a sheep. Why even scout players anymore? Let's just send out offers to players other people want. Would you feel better if he had a Baylor or ole Miss offer?
13 months
makes us and him look better if there is competition for a recruit we'll see who offers next
13 months
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