LSU Football recruiting if off to a hot start with both Kevontre Bradford and Alex Adams committing to the Tigers 2020 class on Sunday. 5-Star recruit Jordan Burch is also set to make a visit to Baton Rouge ahead of National Signing Day on Wednesday, February 5th 2020. Burch committed to University of South Carolina during Early Signing period, however, did not actually sign with the Gamecocks. Can Coach O and Co. land the #8 prospect in the Nation? IN THE VIDEO ABOVE AND BELOW Carter Bryant, host of College Football Now, has the latest on LSU recruiting and discusses the hire of Bo Pelini and a possible return from Jorge Munoz.
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National Signing Day is less than a week away and the Tigers made the jump to #4 in the 2020 recruiting rankings thanks to the commitments of 4-star RB Kevontre Bradford and 4-star WR Alex Adams. Coach O isn’t satisfied with the class just yet, still targeting 5-star DL Jordan Burch. Burch is one of the nation’s top 10 recruits and visited LSU over the weekend for an unofficial visit. The #7 prospect committed to South Carolina during Early Signing period, however, did not actually sign during the 3-day window. Therefore, Burch’s recruitment is still very much open and the Tigers are favored to flip him.
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LSU Football has also made quite a few coaching changes, starting with hiring Bo Pelini as the new defensive coordinator to replace Dave Arnda. Pelini’s contract is a 3-year deal worth $2.3MM per year, just shy of what Aranda was making at $2.5 MM. This is Bo Pelini’s second stint at LSU and he’s set to become the second highest-paid assistant in the nation, below Auburn defensive coordinator Kevin Steele, who just signed a new $2.5 million per year deal. Quite the upgrade from the $214K he was making as head coach at Youngstown State.
Joe Brady left for the LSU and the hunt is on for his replacements. One name mentioned by Coach O to replace Brady is Jorge Munoz. In a recent interview with 104.5 ESPN Baton Rouge, Orgeron said that Munoz could be a candidate to return to LSU as the passing game coordinator. This comes just days after Jorge Munoz was announced as the WR coach for Baylor. Could Coach O lure Munoz back to Baton Rouge? Carter Bryant weighs in.Back to the LSU Tigers Newsfeed