LSU head coach Ed Orgeron was over in Lafayette, LA this week and visited with three-star offensive tackle commit Thomas Perry.

Perry is expected to sign early with the Tigers next week.


Perry, a 6-6, 325-pound prospect from Teurlings Catholic School has be committed to LSU since June of 2017.

LSU has five offensive linemen committed for the 2019 class with Perry, 5-star OG Kardell Thomas, 4-star OT Ray Parker, 4-star OT Anthony Bradford, and 3-star center Charles Turner.

For more info on Perry, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.
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31 Comments
Why are his only other offers from Louisiana and Texas State? Just curious from anyone who has seen him play
Reply29 months
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Should recruit his little bro on his far right. Little Dude looks like a bruiser.
Reply29 months
When you’re going out in Lafayette you gotta look your best.
Reply29 months
Nice house
Reply29 months
His dad is an orthopedic surgeon in Lafayette. Pretty sure he played pro ball too
29 months
Maybe just at LSU
29 months
Is that Adam Perry’s son?
Reply29 months
They both came out to the Keg after.
Reply29 months
"Lafayette, La.,..."
Reply29 months
Also Perry may take some time to develop but once he does my goodness that guy is going to eat some people up. His hands and body is just naturally huge. Go through some wars in practice, the weight room, in life period and watch this dude grow into a superb OLman. You never know what he will turn out to be once he loses all that baby fat and builds a more athletic body. He might feel so much better that his speed and quickness develop much more then they anticipated. Then we also have Parker, Wire, Rosenthal and more coming in this year. I might try KT or Hines back at DL next year just to see how they perform. KT loses 30 to 50 lbs and that dude might be a killer DE with his smarts and aggressiveness. I think his body would respond greatly to him losing some weight too. With his work ethic, I think he would get it done by the end of the year. Shoot he could play on the OL while losing the weight if need be but at least try him there once he loses 20 or 30 lbs simply being in our S&C program. He's really athletic and that's exactly what LSU needs on the DL.
Reply29 months
Is that another OLman and possible DLman I see next to them? Lol his youngest brother looks like he might be a DLman and the other looks like he just might be athletic enough to play OT one day. Of course I'm kinda joking bc you never know how these things turn out or if they will even be any good at football but as of now, they both look like future Tigers. Orgeron looks like he knows it too. Lol
Reply29 months
Man...it looks like Perry's little brothers will also be offensive tackles in the future as well.
Reply29 months
He needs to go in home with about 30 DL before the end of this cycle. We are looking rough.
Reply29 months
Ya moms
29 months
As soon as that big boy gets on campus they need to get him in the weight room and work on his feet at 6-6 325 lbs he would be a beast if he is cock strong with ballerina feet.
Reply29 months
As soon as that big boy gets on campus they need to get him in the weight room and work on his feet at 6-6 325 lbs he would be a beast if he is cock strong with ballerina feet.
Reply29 months
Beef!
Reply29 months
His Dad was a tough Tiger..
Reply29 months
Serious question, do coaches bring LSU shirts and jackets for the family on the inhomes or does the family just grow on LSU gear before they arrive? Always see the pics and everyone in LSU gear, but didn’t know how that worked.
Reply29 months
Maybe if your son is committed to LSU and you know the head coach is coming for an in home visit, you put the family in your LSU gear
29 months
I doubt that the coaches are allowed to give them any gifts at all...
29 months
Orgeron brings file for the gumbo chere
29 months
Outstanding size. Hope he can become a beast.
Reply29 months
Looks like he has 2 little future recruits in his family
Reply29 months
Exactly what I was thinking...
29 months
It all starts in the trenches. LSU desperately needs to get better in terms of talent and depth on both the DL and OL.
Reply29 months
I know college coaching should and will improve his footwork and hopefully instill more aggressiveness in him...I’d love to see him with a mean streak at that size...
Reply29 months
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