Three-star athlete Slade Bolden from West Monroe, LA unveiled his top 10 schools this week and included LSU in the mix.

His top schools are LSU, Alabama, TCU, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, Arkansas, Texas Tech, Washington, Louisiana Tech, and ASU.

LSU extended an offer to Bolden at the end of March, an offer he described as "a dream come true."

The 5-11, 190-pound prospect from West Monroe High School is rated the No. 13 all-purpose back in the country for 2018 according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.

For moro info on Bolden, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.


Are those his top 10 favorite schools? Or top schools who have actually offered him?
Reply10 months
well, that is a diverse group of schools.
Reply10 months
He's definitely in the running for the Most West Monroe Football Name Ever award.
Reply10 months
So.... does he need a Charger?
Reply10 months
True Tiger would not even list Bama..... don't play us.... we watchin' you.
Reply10 months
Reply10 months
Looks like another Trey Quinn. If we get him, I hope Canada utilizes him better than the last regime. I trust he will.
Reply10 months
Hester 2.0
Reply10 months
The only thing he has in common with Hester is his skin color. This dude is a completely different type of back.
10 months
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