Ed Orgeron and the LSU coaching staff received a commitment from three-star wide receiver Jack Bech on Sunday night.

Bech, a 6-3, 215-pound prospect from Lafayette, LA (St. Thomas More) recently de-committed from Vanderbilt.


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

Comments

22 Comments
Glad to see us building that depth on the O and D lines. We need big uns CEO
Reply6 months
He is a WR
6 months
Kid is going to be good for us.
Reply6 months
After much prayer and family discussion I have decided to open up my recruitment. Thank you LSU. Please put respeck on my decision. Glory be to God.
Reply6 months
Great news for our 7 on 7 team.
Reply6 months
Welcome home young Tiger! Make us proud...
Reply6 months
How (if at all)is he related to Brett?
Reply6 months
Brett and Blain are his uncles
6 months
There’s a solid 4 star defensive coordinator at LOULA and there is a 5 star defensive coordinator at Coastal Carolina maybe we can sign.
Reply6 months
Rah Rah Rah yeah blah blah blah
Reply6 months
He shredded Catholic High a few weeks ago. Kid looks legit
Reply6 months
We need to land some coaches.
Reply6 months
Can he coach?
Reply6 months
3 star...meh
Reply6 months
Yeah, all those 4 and 5 stars guys on our current roster are so awesome! They lost too one the worst teams in america.(Mississippi State). Northwestern, kentucky, and Indiana are so much better at football than we are this year. With guess what? Two and three star recruits!!!
6 months
He’s actually a 4 star
6 months
Justin Jefferson was a 3 star.
6 months
After the Saturday debacle I’ll take any good news
Reply6 months
He’s a WR. Not a TE
Reply6 months
But he could grow into a TE.
6 months
But he could grow into a TE.
6 months
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