Elite 2019 defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux from Los Angeles, CA (Dorsey) and few of his teammates visited LSU on Tuesday.

Thibodeaux, a 6-4, 220-pound prospect from Dorsey High School, is rated the No. 1 weak-side defensive end in the country for the class of 2019, according to 247Sports.

Rivals already has Thibodeaux rated as a five-star prospect.

For more info on Thibodeaux, visit his profile page on our 2019 Recruiting Tracker.


What a difference of quality of player Orgeron is after and landing. This dude knows how to put a football team together along with a staff! I'm impressed and if the season goes as the offseason has so for we are in for a treat! It sure will be nice to see LSU put up 60-0 games against inferior teams like we all know we are capable of doing. Then going blow 4 blow with the big dogs of the league or staight out beating them. I just have a feeling that this season might be one of the most fun we've ever seen at LSU. Even if we aren't winning them all as long as we look good in the lose I think LSU fans will be just as happy with that and is really all we have been asking for. Just give a performance like you want it, from the coaches down to the players. These coaches want to win and win big!! Can't wait
Reply12 months
Yes, it's an exciting time to look forward to what this new regime can do. HOWEVER... Neither lack of talent nor beating cupcakes was EVER a problem here in the last 12 years...
12 months
Well damn! Coach O actually brought out the entire football staff for a picture with the kid lol. They must really really want him. Pretty cool IMO.
Reply12 months
You are family at LSU. That's what makes it special. Come back home and team up with Chaisson. It could be known as the K'lavon and Kayvon show! Sorry if I misspelled! Geaux Tigers!
Reply12 months
With a name like that he absolutely belongs at LSU!!
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