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Ed Orgeron and the LSU coaching staff landed a commitment from three-star Junior College offensive guard Damien Lewis on Sunday, according to Shea Dixon with 247Sports.

The 6-2, 320-pound prospect from Northwest Mississippi Community College is rated the No. 4 offensive guard in the JUCO ranks.

Lewis made his official visit to LSU this weekend for the Texas A&M game and gave his verbal pledge to coach Orgeron on Sunday.

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Douchebags need to welcome this young man for his commitment to LSU rather than belittle him. GEAUX TIGERS!!!
Reply8 months
If my post came off as demeaning to the kid, my bad. I congratulate him for this huge accomplishment. Making a commitment to play at a big time program is no small feat. Congrats to the young man and I hope for a great career at LSU.
8 months
BOOM
Reply8 months
"JUCU" damn this site has troubles getting the most simple things right. Also, why are we going after 3* JUCO offensive guards? Don't we need tackles more than anything?
Reply8 months
Big dude
Reply8 months
No doubt. But looking at the pictures, Grimes must be huge! He looks bigger than anyone! I wonder if he has any eligibility left?
8 months
Smh. Recruiting 3* Jucos like MSU, Miss, Ark, etc. And celebrating it as a big achievement. Not the same LSU.
Reply8 months
Just have to find something to bitch about, huh?
8 months
You take way too much stock into stars
8 months
It’s called depth, my friend. Something we didn’t have this year. The staff will geaux after the 4 and 5 star guys, but so will everyone else. We’ get some and lose some. That’s just life! But having a few top Juco guys on board is like having a good insurance policy. Protection when you need it most! And at 6’2” and 320lbs. I’ll take em all day long like that!
8 months
Position of need, good pickup
Reply8 months
JUCU. Ha!
Reply8 months
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