Four-star LSU running back commit Clyde Edwards-Helaire from Baton Rouge, LA received a visit on Wednesday night from his future position coach Jabbar Juluke.


The 5-8, 201-pound prospect from Catholic High School has been committed to LSU since February. He is rated the No. 17 overall running back in the country and the No. 9 overall player from Louisiana, according to 247Sports.

Edwards-Helaire is LSU's lone running back commit for the class of 2017.

For more info, visit his profile page on our 2017 Recruiting Tracker.

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14 Comments
He looks line zeke Elliot
Reply53 months
#CALICHIIIIIGH!!!
Reply53 months
Juluke better be retained. He's doing work. I'd rather him the. Coach Craig
Reply53 months
Keep em both! Juluke has been impressive replacing Coach Frank! Was very worried when he left, but I see no letdown. Craig is also solid. I don't think anyone else will be fired. Just need a new o-coordinator and a special teams coach! Recruit like hell guys!
53 months
This kid is gonna be an awesome addition to the tigers. Scat back that can do damage out of the spread
Reply53 months
Pretty sweet fathead of his own face back there.
Reply53 months
I wonder how he's progressing from his injury two weeks ago. Broken foot against the Crusaders. :(
Reply53 months
Putting in the WORK. Keep it going young man.
Reply53 months
Still have no clue why he's only a 3*. Dude is really really good.
Reply53 months
The article says he is a four star. Has he been upgraded?
53 months
we need a scat back.
Reply53 months
Young Darren Sproles?
53 months
Sproles? I'd take that in a heartbeat!!!!
53 months
clyde decommitted day after christmas, had a feeling he was not solid. lsu needs a runingback bad at least 2 rb's. after 2017 season lsu will probably lose 2 rb's that already on roster
52 months
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