Brett Rojo-USA TODAY Sports
Elite four-star JUCO defensive end Isaiah Buggs from Ruston, La will be announcing his college destination on Wednesday, Dec. 14th.

The 6-foot-5, 280-pounder is down to LSU, Auburn, Alabama, Grambling State, Ole Miss, Florida, and Florida State.


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

Comments

27 Comments
Already committed to bama. Wed is just a formality.
Reply56 months
God has nothing to do with this young man. You are responsible for blazing your path in life. Hopefully its a path through Baton Rouge.
Reply56 months
Satan applauds you
56 months
God has Everything to do with All of us! I'm glad to see the young man realizes that. Regardless of where he plays!
56 months
Grambling State lock lol
Reply56 months
Hopefully he doesn't accept that Rhodes scholarship
Reply56 months
Another Louisiana kid going to be a good Gump. Great great job Coach O. Literally the only thing he's good at all is recruiting, and he's gonna let now the 3rd Louisiana player go to the Gumps. Thanks a lot coach.
Reply56 months
Did you ever try and change an18 year old kids mind once it's made up? Not likely. Besides, we currently have the 5th ranked recruiting class with room for 8 more commitments. Coach O and staff have done a great job so far in keeping all of recruits in tact during the transition. Give the man a chance.
56 months
This is what the tenth time this guy had a news conference. He is getting more press then Obama . Please say something Wednesday anything we will be pleased .
Reply56 months
Good forbid if Grambling starts signing top Louisiana talent.
Reply56 months
I know! That would scare the crap out of some of you boys.
56 months
Rumor is he is going to reschedule. Uge decision.
Reply56 months
Bama bound.. If it were Lsu we would've gotten his gerbal a few months ago when we had all the momentum
Reply56 months
If he goes anywhere other than LSU, it will be Auburn.
56 months
Some kids are just looking for a change of scenery. Also, sometimes their home life is not very happy. I myself hit the road at that age and wound up making money in Mobile, Alabama. However, I returned to Louisiana 3 years later and much wiser for the experience. With young kids, you just never know. Come Wednesday, he may decide on LSU! At least we're in the running. Coach Aranda and Coach O get the last shot at him, so I'm feeling pretty good about that!
Reply56 months
The fact that he has Grambling on his list shows that Louisiana is where his heart lies. That doesn't mean he will stay home, but I'm hoping he does. Preferably in Baton Rouge.
56 months
Grambling lock.
Reply56 months
If only the top kids went to Grambling, LSU, Alabama wouldn't be nothing. Grambling has more players in the Pro Hall of Fame that Lsu, Alabama combined. You know, back in the days when certain players were only allowed to go to certain schools. Met Coach Eddie Robinson , One of Louisiana Icons !
56 months
Grambling has not signed any top Louisiana high school players since LSU started signing black players in the early 1970s. Honestly Grambling's purpose is antiquated and should be closed along with several other Louisiana small universities, because there is too many relative to the stat's population.
56 months
One of those schools is not like the other...
Reply56 months
Let me guess? LSU? I think alabama and grambling have better records.
56 months
Every school on his list has a better record than lsu except old miss. So you might mean old miss.
56 months
Whynotme...... Because your a buffoon.
56 months
Why do these kids not want to come to a school where they are assured to start. Also we just signed the top DC in the country. Do not be stupid kid.
Reply56 months
Crimson exclamation point..........hummm? Lol
Reply56 months
He sent that while on an official to bama. Great
Reply56 months
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