2012 LB/RB Lamar Louis

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  1. bhelmLSU

    bhelmLSU Founding Member Staff Member

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    Lamar plays RB and LB for Teurlings Catholic in Lafayette and was just offered by LSU a few days ago. He is a load at RB but I see him coming in on the defensive side of the ball at MLB.

    Rivals list him as an athlete.

    6'0
    205
    4.54

    Currently holds offers from LSU, UF, Vandy, A&M, and ULL.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1aPDxvG3s8&feature=related]YouTube - Lamar Louis RB/LB Class of 2012[/ame]
     
  2. mctiger

    mctiger RIP, and thanks for the music Staff Member

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    He looks like a Chavis-type LB; small, but instinctive and lightning fast.
     
  3. LSU Logic

    LSU Logic Founding Member

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    Word is that he and his buddy Travin Dural will both commit tomorrow together...
     
  4. LSU Logic

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    Brett, care to shed any light on the abundance of instate LB/DE offers? I understand that there is almost an unprecedented amount of LB/DE talented in Louisiana this year. It seems to me that we have offered our higher board prospects, and probably had to offer the in-state borderline kids that may have been getting too close to an outside school. My question is, do you yet know who the staff all wants for these positions, how many they would take, and where they might end up?

    Louis
    Davis
    Granier
    Phillips
    Devall
    Feist

    And thats not to include Mcfarland, Lathan, Deion Jones, Juwaan Rogers, any under the radar prospects or out of state prospects...
     
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  5. bhelmLSU

    bhelmLSU Founding Member Staff Member

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    We need depth and we are going to take it while the iron is hot because we rarely have a year with so many D1 LB talent. We will take the best tweeners are see where they stand after they arrive.

    Louis could be a SLB, MLB, or RB
    Grainer is a MLB
    Davis is a LB
    Devall could be DE, OLB, MLB
    Feist is OLB
    Phillips is a OLB

    Rogers is likely OLB as well and may end up in this class but up for debate IMO.

    Chavis will make them learn all the spots at LB like he does best. The fast rush ends like who come in on 3rd for the pass rush also play a part in Chavis' defense. We will have plenty of those types as the settle into permanent spots on the depth chart.
     
  6. bhelmLSU

    bhelmLSU Founding Member Staff Member

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    Has committed to LSU!
     
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  7. 1BIGTIGER

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    WELCOME :tigereye:TO THE TIGERS!!
     
  8. Tiger_fan

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    he got an offer from Florida as a LB and from Texas A&M as a RB

    keep in mind that highlight reel above is from when he was a 15-16 year old sophomore, the fall before last. pretty impressive for that age.

    here is a picture of him from a month ago at the Schuman National Underclassmen Combine in Zachary, where he won "Strongest Man/Combine King" ... these were his measurables: age 17, 6'0"/210, 4.49 forty, 4.41 shuttle, 9'4 broad jump, 37 inch vertical, and 27 bench press reps at 185 lbs

    Lamar Louis's Page - National Underclassmen Combine Football Network

    Top Junior Performers - Baton Rouge - National Underclassmen Football Combines Football Camp & High School Football Showcase For Freshmen, Sophomore, and Juniors

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