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The LSU coaching staff extended an offer to 2025 four-star tight end JD LaFleur on Wednesday.

The 6’6 230-pound tight end from Sulphur High School is the son of former LSU All-American tight end David LaFleur who played for the Tigers from 1993-1996 and then went on to play four years with the Dallas Cowboys.

JD, recently camped at LSU this June and was one of the top-performing tight ends. He holds offers from Texas A&M, Baylor, Miami, and many others.

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For more info on LaFleur, visit his profile page on our 2025 Recruiting Tracker.
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Tiger36513 months
I see he wears his dad’s LSU number of 47…nice!
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CajunStoneCold13 months
This is no surprise. Kid has talent.
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Ric Flair13 months
Besides Tahj Jones and the DT who decided he wanted to rap instead of playing football, has there been a Sulphur commit/player since the 80’s?
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sjmabry13 months
DJ Armelin?
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Hester Carries13 months
Cram it in your cramhole
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OlDirtyTiger713 months
Don't we already have like 50 TE's committed?
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Fightin Okra13 months
TE are like shortstops in baseball. Bulk them up snd move to OLine. Play full back, WR, DL. Usually good athletes
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TE recruits might play TE, either line, LB, and are very useful on special teams
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SulphursFinest13 months
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