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LSU has extended an offer to four-star dual-thread quarterback Gerry Bohanon from Earle, AR (Earle HS) on Wednesday.

The offer reportedly came from new running back coach and recruiting coordinator Tommie Robinson.

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Bohanon is rated the No. 10 dual-threat quarterback in the country and the No. 2 overall player from Arkansas for the class of 2018. He holds offers from many schools in the SEC including Alabama, Auburn, Arkansas, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Georgia, Tennessee and now LSU.

For more info on Bohanon, visit his profile page on our 2018 Recruiting Tracker.

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sugatowng86 months
Exceptional Athlete...not sure he is a QB.
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Deltatiger86 months
Earle is TINY. He must be showing off in some camps. More proof that kids from small schools can be big time players.
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JetFuelTyga86 months
Pretty aggressive of LSU to have offered him 10 times already. I know we are desperate and all.. But sheesh. Give the kid a break.
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ShlikStyck86 months
He wants to make sure everyone is keeping count of his awesomeness
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Bmath86 months
Is he also a dual thread poster?
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BigDropper86 months
Curious to know who his alter is?
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Lexman186 months
I guess the law of averages will apply. Offer enough and we'll get what we need. I like the early approach by O and Co. Les always waited until the end and lost out on some big recruits. We'll see how O's strategy pays off. Hopefully, for the better. Not to say Les didn't have good recruiting classes. He did. But you can always strive to do more.
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Croozin286 months
Like sales in any other field, def a numbers game. If you typically close "X" percent of the offers, well, the more you offer..... I also like the early approach. Jump on these kids that are deserving.
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Shiftyplus186 months
Canada's gotta feel like a kid in a candy store. "You mean I can offer these kids, and I actually have a good shot at getting them on the team?"
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