LSU has extended an offer to all-purpose back Slade Bolden from West Monroe, LA.

Bolden described the offer as a dream come true.


Bolden, a three-star prospect from West Monroe High School holds offers from schools like TCU, Tennessee, Ole Miss, Arkansas, Washington, and others.

He is rated the No. 10 all-purpose back in the country for the 2018 according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. Per SECCountry.com:
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Bolden has clocked a 4.52-second 40 time along with a 36-inch vertical. In the classroom, he sports a 4.0 GPA.

A brief look at Bolden’s junior season film shows that he plays quarterback for West Monroe. He is a big play waiting to happen from the Wildcat role. Bolden could very easily transition to a third-down back for LSU with the ability to reel in passes out of the backfield or even play out of the slot.


For moro info on Bolden, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.
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42 Comments
looks like a patriots receiver
Reply13 months
Not sure why, but he makes me think of Josh Reed
Reply13 months
Btw this young man will or should be a four star.
Reply13 months
I am extremely excited at the prospect of watching this young man in the new LSU offense. Best of luck to you, Slade.
Reply13 months
this young man can play equally well on off. or def. he is a remarkable athlete.
Reply13 months
I can't wait to see this kid in Canada's offense.
Reply13 months
He does everything on offense except snap the ball. Maybe he just didn't include that in his highlight reel
Reply13 months
Does this signing come with a new a dodge Charger?
Reply13 months
You are mistaking LSU for Bama.
13 months
So does this mean he accepted?
Reply13 months
That's some pretty impressive film for a junior.
Reply13 months
Reminds me of another previous 3 star...Jacob Hester. Plays with passion, power and his brain.
Reply13 months
He's white. That's the reason he reminds anyone of Hester.
13 months
How can you tell he plays with his brain from the tape?
13 months
Good well deserved... We will have a team full of smart athletic versatile football players along with some superior athletes and to me that's the right mix or balance in a complete team.
Reply13 months
excellent...let's get that West Monroe - LSU pipeline back in place!
Reply13 months
beast
Reply13 months
I am very happy for him. Watched him through middle school and into high school. He is a true athlete and I hope we can land him. Stars are for Hollywood, this kid plays football.
Reply13 months
Seems to be a real student of the game. Kinda like an extra coach on the field. He is surely a bring his lunch pail to work type of guy.
Reply13 months
What you did there . . . I seent it.
13 months
Old, boring and worn out. Way past time to ban this BS!
13 months
Not so sure the kid lacks melanin. He has speed, quickness, and a little cockiness. LSU's version of chris mccaff ???
Reply13 months
So is this Christian Mccaffrey or Julian Edelman. Also what's in his lunch page.
Reply13 months
Kinda light skinned, but he looks good. Alright, I'm in!
Reply13 months
frick Yeah !!!
Reply13 months
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