Badara Traore, the top JUCO offensive lineman in the country and one of LSU's 2018 signees has arrived on campus after a brief delay and begins class Tuesday.

Traore just finished at ASA College in Brooklyn, New York where his final grades were posted on Monday. He arrived in Baton Rouge Tuesday morning.


The 6-7, 310-pound tackle from Hyde Park, MA chose the Tigers over Tennessee and Texas.

Traore is one of four offensive linemen to sign with the Tigers in December and one of nine early enrollees who are already on LSU's campus.


For more info on Traore, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.
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He's listed as 6'7" 310 lbs on his video he's listed as 6'6" 310 lbs and I've read several descriptions that had him listed as 6'8" 315 lbs. So which one is it scary part in this is he is not finish growing he might end up a 6'9" 335 lb monster of an OL, talk about blocking out the sun. GEAUX TIGERS!!!!!!!!!PURPLEREIGN?????????
Reply4 months
Just wait till coach Cregg has the opportunity to work with him. This is huge for the OL.
Reply4 months
Wonder if we leave Charles at LT or move him over to the right side where he started
Reply4 months
Baton Rouge food he'll never get under 310
Reply4 months
Can't believe the SEC office didn't try to make him ineligible.
Reply4 months
Shhhhhhh who’s side u on here
4 months
9 EE's is huge for the team going into Spring practice and offseason workouts. GT!
Reply4 months
9 EE's is huge for the team going into Spring practice and offseason workouts. GT!
Reply4 months
Is he 12?
Reply4 months
Thought same thing. He’s got baby face. Long as he can play
4 months
Go eat young man.
Reply4 months
6’7” 310-lbs... he’s been eating for some time now. GEAUX TIGERS!!!
4 months
He will be 6'8 330lbs when we play miami! Bet on it
4 months
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