LSU head coach Ed Orgeron and wide receiver coach Dameyune Craig made an in-home visit with four-star wide receiver commit Mannie Netherly on Thursday night.

As you can see below, they all got together for a picture in front of Netherly's nice LSU Christmas tree.


The 6-3, 174-pound receiver from Crosby, TX recently sent out a tweet to let everyone he is solid on his commitment to the Tigers and is shutting down his recruitment which is great news for the coaching staff as he is LSU's only wide receiver commit for the class of 2017.

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

Comments

15 Comments
Is it me or do these recruits have some really nice houses?
Reply53 months
Racist
53 months
Not racist whatsoever. Regardless of color they do have some incredible houses.
53 months
How bout the tall tree and high ceilings? Mack Daddy Mannie!
53 months
I like the idea of visiting a recruit who's already locked in. Seems like a classy move.
Reply53 months
The kid will be a great tiger!
Reply53 months
Looks like a fine young man to me...I am looking forward to seeing him snagging balls in tiger stadium on Saturday night!
Reply53 months
No games this Saturday... gotta wait til next year
53 months
Regarding the house comment, it does look nice just from how high the ceiling must be. Looks like 15' which is old school style balling
Reply53 months
The Hell is O wearing?
Reply53 months
Looks like a sport coat and khakis :dunno:
53 months
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Omg red socks hes going to ball state
Reply53 months
So predictable and unfunny
53 months
Can we fire Craig already?
Reply53 months
At least after signing day. Guy always looks out of place. Wonder if Ryan Clark could coach ST
53 months
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