Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY Sports
The LSU coaching staff received some great news on Thursday morning when JUCO outside linebacker/defensive end Travez Moore from Bastrop, La announced that he has committed to LSU.


Moore, a 6-6, 250-pound prospect currently plays at Copiah-Lincoln Junior College in Wesson, MS. Per The Advocate:
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Outside linebacker/defensive end Travez Moore, a 6-foot-6, 250-pound former Bastrop standout, gave a verbal pledge to coach Ed Orgeron, 247Sports.com reported. Moore, a Copiah-Lincoln Community College standout, will play next season for Co-Lin before enrolling at LSU in January.

Moore left Bastrop as the 34th-ranked weak-side defensive end in the 2016 class. He's expected to play a hybrid position with the Tigers at the F-linebacker or the Buck-linebacker, defensive coordinator Dave Aranda's two versatile outside linebacker spots.
For more info on Moore, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.

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19 Comments
I will take depth any day of the week
Reply10 months
Welcome young fella
Reply10 months
Mississippi has been sending some quality players to LSU as of late! Glad to see Moore's hard work and persistence paying off....I can't wait to see this big tiger run out of that tunnel on a crisp Saturday night next fall!
Reply10 months
Spank, you're glass is always at least half full! :cheers:
10 months
That's right LSU$$$. Minter was a stud. Playing pro ball in Arizona. How bout Debo with the Failcons and Kwon Alexander with the Bucs? I think Aranda and O keep this linebacker train a rollin'!
Reply10 months
Out of all the LBs to take over when Arden Key becomes the first overall pick in the draft DE/LB Travez Moore has the size of key he's even 10 lbs heavier. Now does he has the speed and athleticism that Arden Key is blessed with, well that remains to be seen but I really wish he works out because he can be another weapon in DC Dave Aranda arsenal.
Reply10 months
First welcome Mr Moore, second wow this guy and Chassion together will be damn intimidating, now let's get some more big time DEs and DTs to go with all these LB. We do that we'll be good for years to come.
Reply10 months
This is one big dude! Welcome to LSU!
Reply10 months
Hold That TIGER!
Reply10 months
Is a way bigger prospect now. Says he was 6'3 230 out of high school now he's 6'6 250 wow!
Reply10 months
You can say that again
10 months
Is a way bigger prospect now. Says he was 6'3 230 out of high school now he's 6'6 250 wow!
Reply10 months
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10 months
6'6" 250lbs. Nice size! Linebackers are becoming more of a strength with this team. But if you think about it, we've been solid there for awhile. From Beckwith and Riley to Kelvin Shepherd to Darry Beckwith and Ally Highsmith just to name a few. Yet we always seem to worry about that position. I think O has made it a priority to get them early and often, and that's good news!
Reply10 months
Kevin Minter says hello!
10 months
Welcome to Tiger Nation....Mr. Moore
Reply10 months
Congrats Mr. Moore....welcome to Tiger Nation!!!
Reply10 months
This year keeps getting better. COACH O FILLIN' HOLES!!!!! Now, for some depth. Great Move.
Reply10 months
Glad he stuck to his word. Was suppose to be part of the 2016 class but had academic issues! Come on down!
Reply10 months
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