The anticipation for LSU defensive tackle Breiden Fehoko continues to build...

Fehoko, who is currently sitting out this year after transferring from Texas Tech, was a highly recruited prospect from Honolulu, HI when he signed with the Red Raiders over offers from schools like Alabama, Oklahoma, Clemson, and others.

The 6-3, 287-pound lineman was a 25-game starter in his two seasons with Texas Tech but decided to transfer to LSU this offseason.

Although Fehoko has to sit out this season due to NCAA transfer rules, his name is often mentioned by coaches and teammates, including fellow defensive lineman Rashard Lawrence who said Tuesday that he can't to play beside him next year.

Fehoko had the perfect response, saying that the "redshirt year created an animal."

Fehoko who is able to practice and scrimmage with the team was unblockable in the "Tiger Bowl Scrimmage" during the bye week, according to head coach Ed Orgeron.

He also made some buzz in LSU's weight room recently:

Can't wait until he's making a buzz on Saturday's with the Tigers.
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I want to see the staff put together an 8 man rotation of stars along the DL with an equal 6 rotation of stars at all the LB positions combined. And I want to see an OL of 6'5+ 300 lb+ mean bully road graders who can pass block and run block. Seeing the RBs get 4 yards before anyone from the other team touches them.
Reply10 months
Lawrence, Alexander and Fehoko are going to be dominant next season. Add D. White roaming behind them....YIKES!
Reply10 months
495 pounds if I am counting right. That is a strong young man.
Reply10 months
The hype never lives hype it seems every time we do this
Reply10 months
Maybe we can create a DL and front seven pipeline with these West coast guys once he sees the field. Have our pick with these guys. Then add more south east players as well. Take notice boys, LSU is the place to be. It blows my mind that we could keep the DL and linebacker recruits coming?! How is that possible? WR is another position LSU should have drooling to come to LSU with our history with them. It has to be the old offense, affecting all these positions. Get that AA QB, break all the passing records, improve the offense, at the same time the defense gets better, and we start landing all these recruits. GT
Reply10 months
Nice to know we can potentially dominate the middle next season.
Reply10 months
Building that chemistry early! I like it! Our D-Line is going to be bad arse next year! Keep recruiting studs in the trenches. You can never have enough!
Reply10 months
And with White behind them to pick up the garbage...
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Reply10 months
BRING ON bama, I'm ready!!!!!!
Reply10 months
To lose
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