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Was curious about defensive tackles prospects for 2025?

Posted on 2/10/24 at 1:56 pm
Posted by Herodijontiger
Myrtle Beach S.C.
Member since Apr 2021
887 posts
Posted on 2/10/24 at 1:56 pm
Don’t know if anyone has mentioned this yet. I just looked up our chances for getting a top defensive tackles in 2025 class from Louisiana. The top defensive tackle is Abrum Lewis. From Covington 6’6” 315 pounds he’s not rated at all by 24/7 or On 3. He’s listed as the number for 50th player in Louisiana and shows Tulane or La. Tech lean. The future for Louisiana defensive tackles in our State is not very bright right now.
This post was edited on 2/10/24 at 1:57 pm
Posted by TigerLifer18
Member since May 2023
1850 posts
Posted on 2/10/24 at 1:58 pm to
My man, do you realize the #1 overall player in the 2026 class is a DT from Louisiana?
Posted by fOrEvErLsU1987
Member since May 2019
1018 posts
Posted on 2/10/24 at 2:22 pm to
It seems like the last few years La has changed from having a lot of high quality DL and no OL

To now where we’re pumping out OL like a factory with few DL

Guess all the kids want to play offense now DL switching to OL
Posted by Herodijontiger
Myrtle Beach S.C.
Member since Apr 2021
887 posts
Posted on 2/10/24 at 3:29 pm to
Yeah I did know we had one or two coming in the future, but I was shocked to see we really had nothing in Louisiana in 2025. That’s scary
Posted by TigerLifer18
Member since May 2023
1850 posts
Posted on 2/10/24 at 3:58 pm to
It is a terrible thought. For the top ranked DT in the state to be 50th overall. Who knows though, maybe there’s a Diamond in the rough for 25. I think LSU is going to hit Mississippi hard in 25 for some D-lineman.
Posted by lsufanva
sandston virginia
Member since Aug 2009
12357 posts
Posted on 2/10/24 at 4:22 pm to
It's why LA isn't a stand alone state. Not enough prospects to go around at all the different positions to fill a quality class at LSU. Seems we are choosing to stay regionally for the most part so it's lucky for us TX, MS and the southeast are flush with DTs(relatively). LA seems to be more DE friendly this cycle. Just have to wait for the rankings cycle to catch up on a couple of them.
Posted by MrWiseGuy
Member since Dec 2009
27418 posts
Posted on 2/10/24 at 5:58 pm to
LSU didn’t offer Gabe Reliford until July and he turned into one of the favorite prospects this cycle

And Reliford is still underranked by 3 of the 4 recruiting services

I can assure you, there will be at least 1 DT prospect that emerges that is extremely coveted by colleges/recruiting nerds.
Posted by SOL2
Dallas burbs
Member since Jan 2020
4730 posts
Posted on 2/11/24 at 7:03 am to
The Katrina effect.
Posted by 304tiger
West Virginia
Member since Jan 2022
696 posts
Posted on 2/11/24 at 7:09 am to
At this time last year, McKinley and Reliford weren’t even on anyone’s radar. They still had a low ranking with few offer. When summer rolled around, they stated climbing the rankings.

At this time last year, Hill and Johnson were LA’s top DL prospects.
Posted by mdomingue
Lafayette, LA
Member since Nov 2010
29829 posts
Posted on 2/11/24 at 10:07 am to
quote:

Don’t know if anyone has mentioned this yet. I just looked up our chances for getting a top defensive tackles in 2025 class from Louisiana. The top defensive tackle is Abrum Lewis. From Covington 6’6” 315 pounds he’s not rated at all by 24/7 or On 3. He’s listed as the number for 50th player in Louisiana and shows Tulane or La. Tech lean. The future for Louisiana defensive tackles in our State is not very bright right now.



I wish recruiting newbs would spend more time reading and less time expressing opinions here.

Posted by jrobic4
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2011
6752 posts
Posted on 2/12/24 at 7:56 am to
Good luck with that!
Posted by TutHillTiger
Mississippi Alabama
Member since Sep 2010
43700 posts
Posted on 2/12/24 at 11:14 pm to
Hattiesburg has two we are in the race for
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