Four-star 2019 running back Tyrion Davis from Baton Rouge, LA has announced that he has committed to LSU.

He gave his commitment to the LSU coaching staff will visiting campus Monday.


The 6-1, 215-pound prospect plays at Southern University Lab School with teammates Damone Clark (2018 LB) and Kardell Thomas (2019 OL) who are both committed to LSU.

The Tigers now have seven verbal commits for the class of 2019.

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

Comments

15 Comments
That's nice but we need RB's for the 17 class.
Reply12 months
18 clas***
12 months
But but but I thought Southern Lab hated LSU. Marcus Randall too :lol:
Reply12 months
Unfortunately, these verbal commitments are about as reliable as a 6 week weather forcast. Some young men seem to have a short memory when Nick, Urban, and Jim start looking their way.
Reply12 months
2019... happy for the kid, but wake me back up in 2 years when it really matters. Waaaay too much time to decommit.
Reply12 months
The next Guice? (PS don't get pissed if he decommits to see the world then comes back to LSU!)
Reply12 months
Sweetness
Reply12 months
We needed this the RB roster was starting to thin out after Derrius. Make sure you keep this guy on board. 2019 is still a ways off. Geaux Tigers!
Reply12 months
The fence is up at Southern Lab.
Reply12 months
Bustin' Loose.
Reply12 months
He's gotta make bank so he can get some new jeans.
Reply12 months
Lol, RBU?
Reply12 months
yeah
12 months
A Davis always pays his debts.
Reply12 months
Hooraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyy!!!!!!
Reply12 months
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