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8 LSU Commits to Watch in the 2018 LHSAA Prep Classic

It’s high school football playoff time in Louisiana and there’s plenty of seniors in action for LSU fans to be on the lookout for.

There are eight senior prospects committed to LSU in the 2018 LHSAA Prep Classic. The first round begins on Nov. 8 and the championships are from Dec. 6-8 from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, televised on CST.

Here’s info and highlights from each of the LSU commits competing in the 2018 LHSAA Prep Classic. Rankings are per 247Sports.

Derek Stingley – Dunham

The 6-foot and a half, 188-pound prospect from Baton Rouge is ranked No. 1 in Louisiana, the No. 1 ranked cornerback in the nation and overall is ranked No. 4.

Kardell Thomas – Southern Lab

The 6-foot-3, 356-pound prospect from Baton Rouge is ranked No. 4 in Louisiana, the No. 1 ranked offensive guard in the nation and overall is ranked No. 29.

Trey Palmer – Kentwood 

The 6-foot, 179-pound prospect from Kentwood is ranked No. 5 in Louisiana, the No. 19 ranked wide receiver in the nation and overall is ranked No. 107.

Donte Starks – John Ehret

The 6-foot-1, 225-pound prospect from Marrero is ranked No. 8 in Louisiana, the No. 8 ranked inside linebacker in the nation and overall is ranked No 137.

Ray Parker – Ruston 
The 6-foot-5, 275-pound prospect from Ruston is ranked No. 10 in Louisiana, the No. 18 ranked offensive tackle in the nation and overall is ranked No. 151.

Tyrion Davis – Southern Lab 

The 6-foot-1, 230-pound prospect from Baton Rouge is ranked No. 11 in Louisiana, the No. 8 ranked running back in the nation and overall is ranked No. 160.

Thomas Perry – Teurlings Catholic

The 6-foot-5 and a half, 325-pound prospect from Lafayette is ranked No. 20 in Louisiana, the No. 41 ranked offensive tackle in the nation and overall is ranked 427.

Joseph Evans – Haynesville 

The 6-foot-3, 305-pound prospect from Haynesville is ranked No. 23 in Louisiana, the No. 43 ranked defensive tackle in the nation and overall is ranked No. 625.

Watch the LHSAA Prep Classic Championships December 6-8 on CST. Click here for bracket breakdowns and more information.

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