LSU defensive tackle target Briston Guidry, who was once committed to Mississippi State, announced Saturday that he has committed to Arkansas.

The four-star prospect from Metairie, LA (Rummel) talked to NOLA.com about his commitment to Arkansas:
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"They were a great fit for me academically and socially," Guidry said Saturday. "We (my family) already knew a lot about their football program. They're all about tradition, and it felt like home when I was up there. I love the coaches, and I can see myself playing early when I get up there."
Guidry is rated as the No. 12 defensive tackle in the country and the No. 9 overall player from the state of Louisiana, according to Rivals.

For more info on Guidry, check out his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.

Comments

9 Comments
He must be all about football success choosing MSU, then thinking Arkansas is the prize. Good luck to him.
Reply73 months
If Starkville impressed him Fayetteville must have blown him away.
Reply73 months
Good luck except when you play the TIGERS!
Reply73 months
Butthurt as usual...17-0
Reply73 months
Just say you are scared of competition and don't want to win anything. If so, Arkansas is a perfect fit.
Reply73 months
The real reason is the last part about playing early. He had zero chance of playing early at LSU. The rest was standard recruit window dressing
Reply73 months
Tradition of no sec titles' less academics yes a great tradition !
Reply73 months
The Chokerbacks? When a top tier program loses a quality player to a mid to lower tier school it makes you scratch your head. Arkansas home of the Razorbacks and ZERO SEC titles.
Reply73 months
"All about tradition"


..........................wut?
Reply73 months
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