Louisiana Class of 2015 (Rivals top 250, Scout top 300, 247Sports top 247, ESPN top 300, Composite)

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  1. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

    Rivals 250
    1. WR Tyron Johnson #40
    2. RB Derrius Guice #86
    3. RB Nick Brossette #93
    4. OL Jerry Tillery #106
    5. DB Xavier Lewis #196
    6. WR Stanley Morgan #199
    7. DT T.D. Moton #205
    8. DB Hunter Dale #218
    9. LB Arthur McGinnis #225
    10. ATH Deshawn Capers-Smith #250

    Scout 300
    1. WR Tyron Johnson #64
    2. RB Nick Brossette #82
    3. RB Derrius Guice #96
    4. DT T.D. Moton #106
    5. OT Jerry Tillery #122
    6. WR Jazz Ferguson #145
    7. CB Xavier Lewis #166
    8. S Kevin Henry #238

    247Sports 247
    1. WR Tyron Johnson #39
    2. RB Nick Brossette #49
    3. RB Derrius Guice #60
    4. OT Jerry Tillery #80
    5. DT T.D. Moton #119
    6. CB Xavier Lewis #121
    7. OT Garrett Thomas #136
    8. WR Jaquel Gant #139
    9. WR Daylon Charlot #156
    10. DT John Washington #160
    11. S Kevin Henry #173
    12. RB David Ducre #174
    13. OT Adrian Magee #180
    14. TE Bry'Kiethon Mouton #191
    15. ATH Derrick Dillon #199
    16. WR Stanley Morgan #213

    ESPN 300
    1. WR Tyron Johnson #20
    2. RB Nick Brossette #37
    3. DT T.D. Moton #50
    4. RB Derrius Guice #97
    5. WR Jazz Ferguson #120
    6. WR Daylon Charlot #129
    7. OT Jerry Tillery #150
    8. OG Adrian Magee #162
    9. ATH Derrick Dillon #176
    10. OT Garrett Thomas #197
    11. S Kevin Henry #200
    12. CB Xavier Lewis #220
    13. WR Jaquel Gant #225
    14. TE Bry'Kiethon Mouton #234
    15. WR Terrell Chatman #247
    16. RB David Ducre #250
    17. DE Joe Anderson #258
    18. S Hunter Dale #272

    247Sports Composite 400
    1. WR Tyron Johnson #34
    2. RB Nick Brossette #53
    3. RB Derrius Guice #69
    4. OT Jerry Tillery #97
    5. DT T.D. Moton #100
    6. WR Jaquel Gant #165
    7. CB Xavier Lewis #174
    8. WR Jazz Ferguson #182
    9. S Kevin Henry #228
    10. ATH Derrick Dillon #242
    11. WR Daylon Charlot #256
    12. WR Terrell Chatman #266
    13. OG Adrian Magee #312
    14. RB David Ducre #324
    15. OLB Arthur McGinnis #327
    16. DT John Washington #329
    17. WR Stanley Morgan #383
    18. OT Garrett Thomas #384
    19. TE Bry'Kiethon Mouton #389

    Best Ranking Inside the Top 300
    1. WR Tyron Johnson #20
    2. RB Nick Brossette #37
    3. DT T.D. Moton #50
    4. RB Derrius Guice #60
    5. OT Jerry Tillery #80
    6. WR Jazz Ferguson #120
    7. CB Xavier Lewis #121
    8. OT Garrett Thomas #136
    9. WR Jaquel Gant #139
    10. WR Daylon Charlot #156
    11. DT John Washington #160
    12. OG Adrian Magee #162
    13. S Kevin Henry #173
    14. RB David Ducre #174
    15. TE Bry'Kiethon Mouton #191
    16. ATH Derrick Dillon #199
    16. WR Stanley Morgan #199
    18. DB Hunter Dale #218
    19. OLB Arthur McGinnis #225
    20. ATH Derrick Dillon #242
    21. WR Terrell Chatman #247
    21. ATH Deshawn Capers-Smith #250
    23. DE Joe Anderson #258

    Comparing to 2014, LSU had 18 players in the top 400 of the Sports247 Composite Rankings, vs 19 so far this year. The big difference being the 2014 class was very top heavy with 10 players in the top 100 vs only 5 for 2015. These are very early rankings, so a player like Garrett Thomas will most likely find his way into the top 150 of the composite ranking (vs his current ranking of 384). Rivals and Scout have not done a very good job early on with the Louisiana prospects.
     
    Last edited: Feb 9, 2014
  2. TwistedTiger

    TwistedTiger Founding Member

    Very very early, we all know how much things can change in an entire year. That being said LSU hasn't been an in state only recruiter for a long time. Miles definitely understands that you have to stock your staff with elite recruiters and he has done just that. Those that don't cut it seem to find other jobs. Miles and Co have also been very good evaluaters of talent, and Cam has only added to that. The biggest change in recent years IMO has been the LSU camps. Miles has done a fantastic job of getting tons of elite talent to show up where the staff can get first hand evaluations. If you're sombody in the south east you attend an LSU camp for the most part. I expect that trend to continue as well as the streak of very good recruiting classes. Miles definitely has his faults and is directly responsible for part of my hair loss and rapid increase of grey, but he does seem to learn as the years go by. He's a much better coach than he was when he got here and continues to improve. However he will at times make you want to put your fist through your tv. Probably very much like gump fans felt as they watched the midgets team give up a field goal return for a tuchdown as time expired in the iron bowl. I fully expect Miles and staff to have another top 5 class no matter what the talent in La looks like.
     
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  3. cajdav1

    cajdav1 Soldiers are real hero's

    islstl, thanks so much for all of the information you share with us throughout the year. For a junkie like me it is very much appreciated.
     
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  4. MLUTiger

    MLUTiger Secular Humanist

    There seems to be more O-Line talent in-state this year than last, which is good because we need it.
     
  5. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

    Keep in mind Jerry Tillery has already committed to Notre Dame. That makes the Maea Teuhema committment that much bigger.

    And yes Tiller is from, you guessed it, north Louisiana which apparently has seceded from the rest of the state.

    We need to get Thomas and Magee.
     
  6. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

    You're quite welcome.
     
  7. plotalot

    plotalot Veteran Member

    Not just north Louisiana, Evangel to be specific.
     
  8. LSUDad

    LSUDad Senior Member

    Thanks for the work Izzy, great job this early. You, like the staff, its never too early to see whos up next.
     
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  9. gely33

    gely33 Here I Stand

    Notre Dame is the one school tillery has wanted to always play for however the way he has been playing defensive tackle. I dont know if he will play o line in college
     
  10. MLUTiger

    MLUTiger Secular Humanist

    As someone who spent the first 27 years of his life and still maintains deep roots in North LA, I wish you would stop spreading this lie. People eventually will start to believe it.
     
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