The LSU coaching staff received a big-time signature on Wednesday morning from four-star offensive and defensive lineman Chasen Hines from Marshall, TX.

Hines choose the Tigers over Texas and others.


Hines, a 6-3, 335-pound prospect from Marshall HS is rated No. 17 offensive guard in the country, according to ESPN and the No. 22 defensive tackle in the country, according to 247Sports.

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

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I don't know what type of DT he is but I've seen his OG film and this young man was a BEAST! I mean he was so dominating pulling hitting the edge getting to the second level and destroying DB's and LB's and opening holes the size of buildings. There's no way in the world he's the 17th OG in the country there's no way 16 OG's are better than what I saw on film he was just so damn physical. If he's anywhere near as dominate as a DT as he was a OG then LSU is getting a monster in the middle of the D-Line. Anyway, welcome to Death Valley young man. GEAUX TIGERS!!!!!!!!!PURPLEREIGN?????????
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Looks like a man among boys playing OT. Throws down those linemen like rag dolls. Geaux tigers.
Reply27 days
Yes this guy is ready
Reply27 days
but but but negatigers claim we only sign 3 stars
Reply27 days
Welcome aboard!! GEAUX TIGAH!
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