LSU received some good news Tuesday night when Jeremy Cutrer, the nations No. 1 Junior College Safety committed to the Tigers for the class of 2015.

The 6-foot-3, 175-pounder from Kentwood, LA (Jewel M. Sumner HS) was a member of the Tigers' 2013 recruiting class, but academic issues forced him to go the JUCO route. He is currently enrolled and playing safety at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.

Cutrer was at the LSU-Mississippi State game last Saturday and posted this picture on Twitter:

Cutrer has three years to play two.

Comments

13 Comments
Can he Play QB ???
Reply77 months
Because LSU needs more DBs.
Reply77 months
Read much?
Reply79 months
oh brotha
Reply79 months
We need linemen not DBs
Reply79 months
If academic issues forced him to go the JUCO route, I can only imagine what he was tweeting before JUCO.
Reply79 months
Word up, like dat.
Reply79 months
Any predictions on how many losts LSU will have this year? I say 1, we win out!
Reply79 months
Good News...
Reply79 months
Wooooooo
Reply79 months
Might still need an English class, or two.
Reply79 months
Keep working hard on the field, weight room and especially the classroom. Good luck and welcome home.
Reply79 months
excellent news...welcome home, Mr Cutrer!
Reply79 months
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