Four-star LSU safety commit Nadab Joseph competed at The Opening Miami Regional over the weekend and told ESPN's Derek Tyson that he is "82% committed to the Tigers."


The 6-3, 180-pound safety from Miami, FL (Edison HS) is rated the No. 8 safety in the country and the No. 22 overall player from the state of Florida for the class of 2018, according to Rivals.

Joseph gave his commitment to LSU last June when Les Miles was still the head coach.


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

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17 Comments
How much of that hair is being counted in his height?!
Reply17 months
Nadab is DALSU.
Reply17 months
Is this his subtle way of saying he wants to wear #82?
Reply17 months
18% chest
Reply17 months
I'm Finished with Recruiting - Commits, Rumors, Visits, Un-official Visits, In-homes, Process, and the 82% .. Its a Joke!! .... Nothing counts to Me, 'Til the Fax is sent in to LSU on the 1st Wednesdays in February. That's when It's Real, Thats when I care.
Reply17 months
Minus that (s) on Wednesday Please LoL
17 months
Why can't Lysol kill that last .1 percent germ?
Reply17 months
That worries me too. It might only be 1%, but it must be the most badassest percent of germs.
17 months
these days you can't trust 99.9% of what kids say
Reply17 months
Should I be impressed the kid has an algorithm m?
Reply17 months
Would've been really worried if he was 81% committed.
Reply17 months
He can count to some pretty big numbers. Maybe he can get a partial academic scholarship. Math club alternate as well?
Reply17 months
Fackin bobandy
17 months
Finally a young man who understand what 100% means...and doesnt mean.
Reply17 months
Then they put 100% effort into looking for another safety.
Reply17 months
I had him at 77.9%, so this is even better!
Reply17 months
Well, by Price is Right standards, you were the closest without going over so you win
17 months
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