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The LSU coaching staff received some great news on Monday when five-star athlete JaCoby Stevens from Murfreesboro, Tenn. pledged his verbal commitment to the Tigers.

Stevens, who is originally from Louisiana, will return to his home state to play college football and said that he is recruiting five-star LB/RB and Baton Rouge native Dylan Moses to LSU. Per SECCountry.com:
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Stevens hails from Crowley, La., and has family ties to both that part of the state as well as Baton Rouge, La. Asked if there were any other prospects that the 5-star safety would like to team up with next season, another Louisiana native popped up.

“Dylan Moses,” Stevens told SEC Country. “That’s the one and only one.”

“Let’s go win a national championship,” said Stevens when asked what his pitch to Moses would be.
Moses will play his senior season at IMG Academy in Florida. He is likely to choose between LSU, Alabama, Texas and UCLA.
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chitiger9194 months
Moses is a BAMA lock we need to get over this
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Rakim94 months
Mosses is coming home that's not my worry.
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cincyykid94 months
Anybody else think jacoby looks like Jalen rose?
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Mouche33794 months
The fact that Moses is going to IMG confirms he's a LSU lock. IMG is a football hub for LSU.
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Mouche33794 months
The fact that Moses is going to IMG confirms he's a LSU lock. IMG is a football hub for LSU.
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locotiger94 months
Hasn't Moses been pumping the LSU juice to IMG all along anyway?
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JakeFromStateFarm94 months
Bring him home, JaCoby.
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SirWinston94 months
He looks like Jalen Rose, mate.
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beantown94 months
YES lol
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Ignignot94 months
he looks like ron artest
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Jwodie94 months
Well, this pleases me greatly.
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beantown94 months
He loves LSU and we love him!
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