Head coach Ed Orgeron and defensive back coach Corey Raymond visited five-star LSU athlete commit JaCoby Stevens on Tuesday.


Stevens, a 6-2, 193-pound prospect from Murfreesboro, TN (Oakland HS), is rated the No. 1 safety in the country, according to 247Sports and Rivals. He gave his verbal pledge to the Tigers back on August 8th.

For more info on Stevens, visit his profile page on our 2017 Recruiting Tracker.
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I saw him play on espn earleir this year. He looked really good at safety. He plays offense and returns kick and punts too i believe. He will get playing time as a true freshman and possibly start by the end of the year. Geaux tigers. Coach o recruits his arse off and will do well here. We prob will see a slight improvement in recruiting with him at the helm now.
Reply52 months
Secure some good linemen and I'll buy that, but we seem to be letting the best ones slip away.
52 months
Jacoby, can't wait to see you start where Jamal left off! You will be a mighty force at Safety!
Reply52 months
Young man, you are going to look terrific in purple and gold.
Reply52 months
keep em coming Coach O
Reply52 months
Stevens committed under Miles
52 months
Good catch guys. With Jamal Adams probably leaving early, we need someone who can step in and play right away!
Reply52 months
Wish we had more years of Chad jones
Reply52 months
Stevens may be the best all around athlete we've had at saftey since Chad Jones. Kid is gonna be a great one.
Reply52 months
Got the chance to watch him in person. Freak player and future LSU star
Reply52 months
Good work, coaches. LSU forever!
Reply52 months
Good stuff corey.. Yellow jacket 4ever....
Reply52 months
Raymond just looks excited to be there
Reply52 months
I live down the street, Coach. Why didn't you tell me you were gonna be here?
Reply52 months
Still no Brennan visit. Smh
Reply52 months
coach o does not think brennan is his style of qb. he is indirectly making that point to lsu nation. lets move on from this
52 months
Should be a great player! Can't wait to see him play in P&G.
Reply52 months
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