Four-star LSU offensive guard commit Chasen Hines reaffirmed his verbal pledge to the Tigers Sunday and said that he will be switching positions to play defensive line.

Hines, a 6-3, 340-pound prospect from Marshall, TX originally committed to LSU on March 19. Many believed that his announcement would be a de-commitment after receiving offers from Texas to play offense and defense earlier in the weekend.

For more info Hines, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.
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Finally, some good news! Respect, big man.
Reply9 months
Glad to see he is keeping his word. Young man mature enough to man up.
Reply9 months
DL or OL it matters not. We need a bunch of each.
Reply9 months
Nothing is more honorable than someone that can stick through the thick
Reply9 months
DL is a major need so I'm good. I said in another thread we have 15 DB's on roster we can not sign 2 more and get some OL recruits. If reports are true the 1 juco guy is all LSU and 3 more would be a great class. Sometimes you need to recruit needs and not some awesome DB.
Reply9 months
Yeah. Coach Raymond is awesome but he needs to ease up and let us get some beef up front or his DB's will not make any difference.
9 months
Thank you Chasen...we'll get all of this sorted out. So, that gives us 5 DT's this class? Time to add OL.
Reply9 months
Thank you, Chasen, for sticking with us through the tough times...
Reply9 months
I mean heck we need both so idk if this is good or what.
Reply9 months
Come on big man! Should be able to start immediately! Tell your friends!
Reply9 months
Indeed. Can he suit up next week?
Reply9 months
Well, that's a ray of sunshine on a very cloudy day.
Reply9 months
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