LSU Special Team coordinator Greg McMahon made his way over to Buford, GA on Wednesday evening to visit with long snapper commit Quentin Skinner.

Skinner, a 6-0, 235-prospect from Buford High School has been committed to LSU since June of 2017.


Greg McMahon reminds me of Mike from Breaking bad.
Reply18 months
Hey there Mrs. Skinner...
Reply18 months
Why do all the long ballers come from Buford? Weird position to consistently get from Buford, especially considering they are a powerhouse in GA.
Reply18 months
Its connections, when you have a decade worth of kids who realize how valuable you can make yourself if you hone in on perfecting something that every single team needs. The Ferguson bros went to all the top end camps and probably big time leaders in the locker rooms. Character and passion causes more character and passion.
18 months
Coach McMahon is a genuinely nice guy.
Reply18 months
Hopefully to tell him to look elsewhere
Reply18 months
You probably don't think a long snapper is worth a scholy. But when was the last time LSU had a bad snap on anything? Every year schools give Scholarships to kids that don't pan out in some form or fashion. I'm all for giving a kid a full ride who can do his job on the field and off. The Ferguson brothers had been true Tigers in every sense of the word and this kid will follow in their mold!
18 months
Maybe you are the REAL Tiger Bait! But Mike would probably spit you out.
18 months
That is one dumbass statement! The kid is one of the best Rubio ever coached. You don't know the importance of the position to say the least.
18 months
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