LSU wrapped up National Signing Day on Wednesday by signing three-star weak-side defensive end Desmond Little.

The 6-5, 215-pound prospect from Mobile, AL held offers from Alabama, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee, and others. Little will fill the final spot in LSU's 2019 signing class.


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

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21 Comments
hope this kid turns out to be a real star
Reply12 days
Welcome, Desmond.
Reply13 days
This is a lil something I pickup on the internet. Others who landed the last spot when we had an extra scholarship: 2017 WR Justin Jefferson, 2016 C Lloyd Cushenberry, 2015 TE Foster Moreau, 2014 RB Darrel Williams, 2013 LB Deion Jones, 2012 LB Duke Riley. If WDE Desmond Little can contribute like the other last prospect pickups he would be considered a steal especially if can bring a pass rush. GEAUX TIGERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!PURPLEREIGN?????????
Reply14 days
Man you never know 25, 30 lbs added to that 6'5" frame and DC Dave Aranda coaching him he might become one of those diamonds in the rough. GEAUX TIGERS!!!!!!!!!!!PURPLEREIGN????????
Reply14 days
Welcome Desmond! Proud to have you at LSU.
Reply14 days
I wonder if Alabama really offered him or just talked to him. Nevertheless I am happy to have him as a Tiger!
Reply14 days
From 24/7 Crystal Ball® Predictions Alabama 100%
Reply14 days
He would have been a four or five star if he signed with Alabama
Reply14 days
Agreed
14 days
Never heard of him until today, but if the coaches like him, then I do too. Thanks for choosing LSU!
Reply14 days
Surprised he stayed 3* with those offers
Reply14 days
Hails from J. Russell’s high school I believe.
Reply14 days
JaMarcus attended Williamson. I’d like to know the last signee from Vigor, if there’s ever been one. I’ve only been following LSU recruiting since 1993.
14 days
Welcome
Reply14 days
Add 20+ lbs and 'turn him loose ' on opposing QBs
Reply14 days
Here was our surprise on signing date...welcome aboard Desmond!
Reply14 days
Per Rivals: He has verified times of an 11.16 100-meter dash. He also has a verified 12-foot, nine-inch long jump. The natural ability is there.
Reply14 days
I hope you mean broad jump, a serious jump is 24ft.
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LAD
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If it is a standing broad jump number, please sign me up to watch this guy, because that is half a foot longer than the world record.
12 days
congrats Desmond. welcome aboard the train which has no breaks. oh boy, here come the chicken littles to bitch about a 3-star.
Reply14 days
He runs an 11.1 100 meter
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