Head coach Ed Orgeron and new defensive line coach Dennis Johnson were in Ferriday, LA on Wednesday night and visited 4-star LSU defensive tackle commit Dare Rosenthal.

Rosenthal, a one-time Alabama commit, gave his verbal pledge to LSU back in June.

The 6-7, 325-pounder chose the Tigers over offers from schools like Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Michigan, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, and others.

Rosenthal played both offensive tackle and defensive tackle in high school.


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

Comments

11 Comments
Gotta keep these upstate guys
Reply7 months
About same size as the Late great Marquise Hill. Would love for him to pan out in similar fashion.
Reply7 months
Love the loafers with socks!
Reply7 months
Dare, thank you for staying committed to LSU and not flaking out like other kids. You are showing you are a man and not a boy. GEAUX TIGERS!!!
Reply7 months
Baw got his camo on...he's got that hunter's mentality.
Reply7 months
Don't care where he plays, as long as it's for LSU.
Reply7 months
325# and doesn’t appear heavy at all. Geez.
Reply7 months
I agree that his size screams OT, and making that switch will get him millions on Sundays, but have y’all seen film of him playing DL? The guy is vicious and damn quick. He runs close to a 5 flat, which is insane for his size. Two years of work at LSU and he’s going to get quicker and stronger. I’ll let the coaches decide where they want to put him. Great kid, btw. He spent two years in my classroom and is pretty sharp
Reply7 months
This dude is a monster
Reply7 months
Big swole. Hell yea. Seen this kid play. Could be a beast for us
Reply7 months
I agree but he needs to play OT.
7 months
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