Discussion in 'LSU RECRUITING' started by Ken Ross, Jan 29, 2004.
He's next on the list. Any word on his verbal.
He is still torn between Auburn, Georgia, LSU and Tennessee.
He said Georgia and LSU were his trips he had the most fun, but that Auburn was the trip he felt the most comfortable.
He plans to wait until signing day to announce. I am fearful he may choose Auburn, cuz having that warm and fuzzy feeling means a lot.
I am confident that Steltz and Curtis Taylor will be fine safeties at LSU. Its always nice to have more, but we have a couple of good ones already committed.
Greed is Good
Heck with that, I want everybody to come to LSU.
I wank Hawkins too. Then, maybe we have enough.
I want at least one of Hawkins, Bell, and Thaxton. Thaxton was a tackling machine in HS.
I believe that we already have Tony Bell in the form of LaRon Landry, and w/ Jessie Daniels and Craig Steltz for the other spot. We could really use Jae for the linebacker position. Plus Curtis Taylor will make a fine safety as well.
And don't forget Daniel Francis.
Re: Greed is Good
Hell, Hawkins? Well you got him, per Max Emfinger, Ultimate Super Seven Lavelle Hawkins is LSU's newest tiger!
Re: Re: Greed is Good
Sweet!! Now all I want is Bell.
You listening Tony? Come on down and learn from the Defensive Back guru that will prepare you for the NFL. The NFL teams dont always want him for nothing. He can prepare you for that next level better than any coach out there.
On the weekend that Herman Johnson, Lavelle Hawkins, and Tony Bell all visited LSU, Tiger Rag came out with a story that reported that all three of those guys had given verbal commitments that weekend to LSU. However, that report went unconfirmed and those recruits continued to remain silent as they went on further recruiting visits. Nevertheless, so far since the release of that article, two out of those three have now verbally committed to LSU, Herman Johnson yesterday morning and if Max Emfinger is correct, Lavelle Hawkins also. If Tony Bell also commits to LSU, then that means the original Tiger Rag story that came out that weekend was more than just a rumor. I have my fingers crossed that it was, indeed, correct.