Ed Orgeron and the LSU coaching staff received some great news on Sunday afternoon when four-star linebacker Greg Penn III announced his commitment to the Tigers.

Penn, a 6-1, 225-pound prospect from Hyattsville, MD (DeMatha Catholic), chose the Tigers over Alabama, Maryland, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas A&M.

Penn is LSU's 16 commit for the 2021 class and the fourth recruit to commit this month. He is rated the No. 6 inside linebacker in the country and the No. 5 overall player from the state of Maryland, according to Rivals.


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

Comments

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I’m not one of those rival fans that are so much filled with disdain that I can not recognize or appreciate success. Man Coach O and LSU are killing it on the recruiting trail. No joke man, y’all have the potential to go on a run that would make Bama and Clemson blush.
Reply3 months
Man I like that Ol Coach O. I know we didn’t think that way 4 years ago but dude fits like a glove
Reply3 months
Dang straight.
Reply3 months
Welcome Penn III.Looking forward to seeing you in Tiger Stadium.
Reply3 months
Can somebody decommitt this week so my raging boner will go away. I’m tired of pissing on the shelves above my toilet.
Reply3 months
Time for some big linemen to commit. Keep it going CEO
Reply3 months
Top OT’s; Tristan Leigh, Tommy Brockermeyer, Nolan Rucci, Savion Byrd, Terrence Ferguson,Rocco Spindler. Of these only Leigh is kinda considering LSU. Tigers will probably have to settle for 3 star recruits.
3 months
DeMatha HS is National HS royalty when it comes to athletics.
Reply3 months
That's usually the basketball team. However, I will agree, this is a good grab, especially from out of Maryland. LSU traditionally doesn't pull players out of that region.
3 months
O is on fire
Reply3 months
Zoom doin Thangs
Reply3 months
Maryland pipeline
Reply3 months
DMV pipeline and we ain’t talking aboot renewing a driver’s license. Thank you Scott Van Pelt for helping me realize that acronym means 2 different things.
3 months
hopefully 1 of 2 today!
Reply3 months
Amazing what winning a national title with the greatest team of all-time a Heisman winning QB can do for the program's national caché.
Reply3 months
Hold that Tigah!
Reply3 months
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