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12/9/16 5:50 am CST

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Tis the season for coaching rumors, player awards, and recruiting. We’ll touch on each of those topics in today’s report, as well as this weekend’s Louisiana high school football championship games. Let’s jump to it.

Late last night, Houston announced that it had narrowed its head coaching search to four candidates: Lane Kiffin, former LSU coach Les Miles and current Houston coordinators Todd Orlando and Major Applewhite. This hire has obvious implications for Tiger Fans since Lane Kiffin is believed to be Coach Ed Orgeron’s top-target for LSU’s offensive coordinator position. I suspect we will learn today whether Kiffin gets the job. If he does not land at Houston, there has been speculation that Kiffin could end up at South Florida, but the latest reports I’ve seen indicate that former Texas coach Charlie Strong is USF’s leading candidate at this time. 

So, if it’s not Kiffin for LSU, who would it be? Well, the three names I’m hearing more than any are ex-Oregon coach Mark Helfrich, Alabama offensive analyst Steve Sarkisian, and current Oklahoma offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley. Other candidates mentioned include USC offensive coordinator Tee Martin, TCU Co-OC Sonny Cumbie, Houston OC Major Applewhite, Pittsburgh Panthers OC Matt Canada, and Ohio State OC Ed Warriner. Stay tuned, as we’ll likely get some clarity on the situation very soon.

As mentioned above, this is also the season for awards, and they continue to roll in for LSU football players. Yesterday, three Tigers were named to the All-SEC Freshman Team, two Tigers were named Walter Camp All-Americans, two Tigers received Sports Illustrated second team All-America honors, and eight Tigers were named to the AP All-SEC teams. Here’s a quick rundown:

All-SEC Freshman Team

• Starting with the All-SEC Freshman team, nose tackle Ed Alexander was one of five selections along the defensive line, Devin White was one of three linebackers selected, and Josh Growden was the sole punter chosen. Below is a brief blurb on each of them as provided by LSU’s Sports Information department.

Alexander played in all 10 games in his debut season on defense, recording 12 tackles with a half sack. He had a tackle in eight of the 10 games he featured in, having at least two in games against Auburn, Southern Miss, Ole Miss and Florida.

Another in a long line of Australian punters, Growden averaged 41.9 yards per punt on 51 punts this season, with nine punts of 50 or more yards and 20 being inside the 20-yard line. In the thrilling win over Mississippi State, Growden had two punts of 60 yards at 65 and 61 in being named the SEC Co-Special Teams Player of the Week in the process, as his longest of the season was a 68-yard punt against the Golden Eagles.

Devin White saw action in all 11 games for LSU, recording 25 tackles, with 12 on the solo end and 13 assisted. He had two tackles for loss, forcing and recovering a fumble as well, recording a season-best six tackles against Southern Miss. White really made his mark on special teams where he recorded 10 tackles, the second most for any LSU player and only one of two to have double-figure tackles in the category, getting four against Arkansas.

Walter Camp All-Americans

• LSU senior defensive back TréDavious White was honored as a first-Team Walter Camp All-American, while senior center Ethan Pocic and senior linebacker Kendell Beckwith were selected as Second-Team All-Americans. 

TréDavious White, a native of Shreveport, is now the 69th player in LSU history to earn First-Team All-America honors while becoming just the seventh cornerback to do so. The last LSU cornerback to earn first-team honors was Tyrann Mathieu in 2011. In program history, 13 LSU defensive backs have been honored with First-Team All-America awards.

As one of the top offensive linemen in LSU’s history, Pocic started all 11 games for the Tigers in 2016, with 10 starts coming at center and one at right tackle. He led all LSU offensive linemen in total snaps played (680), knockdowns (92), and “great effort” plays (33). He had double-digit knockdown blocks in four games, including having a season-high 14 knockdowns in a win over Texas A&M, allowing just one sack all season.

Coming back for his senior season, Beckwith picked up right where he left off in his junior year by starting 10 games in the linebacker core, leading the team with 91 total tackles, including six tackles for loss and a sack. Beckwith finished second in the league averaging 9.1 tackles per game, registering double figure stops three times and includes having a career-high 16 against Alabama.

Sports Illustrated All-Americans

• The two Tigers who were named Sports Illustrated second team All-Americans were linebacker Kendell Beckwith and safety Jamal Adams.

AP All-SEC Teams

• The eight Tigers who made the AP’s All-SEC team include first-team selections Derrius Guice (RB), Ethan Pocic (C), Arden Key (LB), TréDavious White (CB) and Jamal Adams (S). Making the second team were Leonard Fournette (RB), Josh Boutte (G), and Kendall Beckwith (LB).

Hats off to all these Tigers for their well-deserved honors.

While on the topic of awards and recognition, let me sneak this baseball tidbit in here: Junior left-hander Alex Lange has been named by D1Baseball as the No. 7 college prospect for the 2017 Major League Baseball Draft.

In football recruiting news, LSU will be entertaining three prospects this weekend, all of whom are already committed to LSU. The three are offensive tackle Austin Deculus, safety Grant Delpit, and quarterback Lowell Narcisse.  Another thing that these three have in common, in addition to being committed to LSU, is that they all will be early enrollees. With the dead period in recruiting beginning next week, it makes sense that Coach Orgeron and his staff are focusing their attention on the early enrollees whose final decision time is drawing near. Other LSU commitments expected to enroll early are wide receiver Mannie Netherly, defensive end Justin Thomas, and safety Jacoby Stevens. (I don’t remember LSU ever having more than five early enrollees in one call, but it looks like that will be the case this year, and that’s a good thing.) Netherly and Thomas have both shut down their recruitment and appear rock solid to LSU. As for Stevens, the Tiger’s highest rated prospect in this class of 18 commits, Coach O dropped in on him on Tuesday and from what I understand there’s no reason for concern with him. Steven recognizes that with Jamal Adams and Rickey Jefferson gone next year he will have an excellent chance for immediate playing time. Another early enrollee target LSU is heavily pursuing is linebacker and Baton Rouge native Dylan Moses who was once committed to LSU but is now committed to Alabama. Coach Ed Orgeron dropped in on him earlier this week and will work relentlessly for his signature, though the window of opportunity for getting him to flip is shrinking fast with early enrollees planning to enroll in early January. 

Before moving on, let me answer something that many of you have asked me – that is, where does LSU’s recruiting class stand now and how many more commitments can the Tigers take? LSU’s 2017 recruiting class currently contains 18 commitments and is ranked No. 5 in 247Sports’ Composite Team Rankings. Of the 18, one is a five-star (Stevens), ten are four-stars and seven are three-stars. From what I understand, there’s room to sign a total of 26 players to scholarship since LSU signed 23 last Signing Day and then added Sci Martin in March to bring their total to 24, leaving room for one of this year’s early enrollees to count towards the 2016 maximum of 25. In a subsequent report, we’ll take a look at who we think are the most likely candidates to fill the eight remaining spots in this year’s class.  

Lastly, the Class 1A and 2A state championships will be played tonight in the Louisiana Superdome and here’s a bit of info on those two matches. By the way, both of tonight’s games, as well as tomorrow’s night’s 3A, 4A, and 5A championships, will be televised by Cox Sports Television.

1A State Championship:

No. 1 Haynesville (13-0) vs No. 2 (13-0) Logansport
Friday, December 9, 4:30 PM @Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Haynesville made it to the Championship game last year before getting beat by a really good Kentwood team. This year’s Haynesville team returns a lot from that squad and has gained valuable experience. Kentwood was a team many thought could repeat in 1A, but Logansport was able to knock them out last week in a defensive battle, 18-7. Look for this one to be a tight contest with both teams lead by stout defense. We give Haynesville a slight advantage, but this one could go either way. 

Of particular interest to Tiger fans are Haynesville juniors Jamarceon Jackson (S, 6-0, 190) and Jalan Harris (DE, 6-2, 248). Both will be highly recruited for class of 2018.

2A State Championship:

No. 2 Madison Prep (14-0) vs No. 4 (12-2) Sterlington
Friday, December 9, 8:00 PM @Mercedes-Benz Superdome

This Madison Prep team is absolutely loaded on both sides of the ball.  On offense, they are led by senior QB Edwin Kleinpeter who is a threat with his feet and his arm. The Madison Prep defense has been a force throughout the year, but Sterlington is a team that lights up the scoreboard, as evidenced by scoring at least 40 points in all four of their playoff games. We predict this one will be close early on, but in the end, Madison Prep has too much firepower for Sterlington to keep up.  

Of particular interest to Tiger fans are Madison Prep’s senior defensive ends Bryan Jones (DE, 6-5, 240) and Tory James (6-4, 275). Jones will likely end up at Texas A&M and James is an Arkansas commit. 

In closing, how bout this winter weather? If this latest cold front has given you the envie to make a gumbo, as it has for me, my recipe for the Chicken and Sausage gumbo can be found on our recipes page. Have a great day, Tiger Fans.   

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12/9/16 5:50 am CST

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Tis the season for coaching rumors, player awards, and recruiting. We’ll touch on each of those topics in today’s report, as well as this weekend’s Louisiana high school football championship games. Let’s jump to it.

Late last night, Houston announced that it had narrowed its head coaching search to four candidates: Lane Kiffin, former LSU coach Les Miles and current Houston coordinators Todd Orlando and Major Applewhite. This hire has obvious implications for Tiger Fans since Lane Kiffin is believed to be Coach Ed Orgeron’s top-target for LSU’s offensive coordinator position. I suspect we will learn today whether Kiffin gets the job. If he does not land at Houston, there has been speculation that Kiffin could end up at South Florida, but the latest reports I’ve seen indicate that former Texas coach Charlie Strong is USF’s leading candidate at this time. 

So, if it’s not Kiffin for LSU, who would it be? Well, the three names I’m hearing more than any are ex-Oregon coach Mark Helfrich, Alabama offensive analyst Steve Sarkisian, and current Oklahoma offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley. Other candidates mentioned include USC offensive coordinator Tee Martin, TCU Co-OC Sonny Cumbie, Houston OC Major Applewhite, Pittsburgh Panthers OC Matt Canada, and Ohio State OC Ed Warriner. Stay tuned, as we’ll likely get some clarity on the situation very soon.

As mentioned above, this is also the season for awards, and they continue to roll in for LSU football players. Yesterday, three Tigers were named to the All-SEC Freshman Team, two Tigers were named Walter Camp All-Americans, two Tigers received Sports Illustrated second team All-America honors, and eight Tigers were named to the AP All-SEC teams. Here’s a quick rundown:

All-SEC Freshman Team

• Starting with the All-SEC Freshman team, nose tackle Ed Alexander was one of five selections along the defensive line, Devin White was one of three linebackers selected, and Josh Growden was the sole punter chosen. Below is a brief blurb on each of them as provided by LSU’s Sports Information department.

Alexander played in all 10 games in his debut season on defense, recording 12 tackles with a half sack. He had a tackle in eight of the 10 games he featured in, having at least two in games against Auburn, Southern Miss, Ole Miss and Florida.

Another in a long line of Australian punters, Growden averaged 41.9 yards per punt on 51 punts this season, with nine punts of 50 or more yards and 20 being inside the 20-yard line. In the thrilling win over Mississippi State, Growden had two punts of 60 yards at 65 and 61 in being named the SEC Co-Special Teams Player of the Week in the process, as his longest of the season was a 68-yard punt against the Golden Eagles.

Devin White saw action in all 11 games for LSU, recording 25 tackles, with 12 on the solo end and 13 assisted. He had two tackles for loss, forcing and recovering a fumble as well, recording a season-best six tackles against Southern Miss. White really made his mark on special teams where he recorded 10 tackles, the second most for any LSU player and only one of two to have double-figure tackles in the category, getting four against Arkansas.

Walter Camp All-Americans

• LSU senior defensive back TréDavious White was honored as a first-Team Walter Camp All-American, while senior center Ethan Pocic and senior linebacker Kendell Beckwith were selected as Second-Team All-Americans. 

TréDavious White, a native of Shreveport, is now the 69th player in LSU history to earn First-Team All-America honors while becoming just the seventh cornerback to do so. The last LSU cornerback to earn first-team honors was Tyrann Mathieu in 2011. In program history, 13 LSU defensive backs have been honored with First-Team All-America awards.

As one of the top offensive linemen in LSU’s history, Pocic started all 11 games for the Tigers in 2016, with 10 starts coming at center and one at right tackle. He led all LSU offensive linemen in total snaps played (680), knockdowns (92), and “great effort” plays (33). He had double-digit knockdown blocks in four games, including having a season-high 14 knockdowns in a win over Texas A&M, allowing just one sack all season.

Coming back for his senior season, Beckwith picked up right where he left off in his junior year by starting 10 games in the linebacker core, leading the team with 91 total tackles, including six tackles for loss and a sack. Beckwith finished second in the league averaging 9.1 tackles per game, registering double figure stops three times and includes having a career-high 16 against Alabama.

Sports Illustrated All-Americans

• The two Tigers who were named Sports Illustrated second team All-Americans were linebacker Kendell Beckwith and safety Jamal Adams.

AP All-SEC Teams

• The eight Tigers who made the AP’s All-SEC team include first-team selections Derrius Guice (RB), Ethan Pocic (C), Arden Key (LB), TréDavious White (CB) and Jamal Adams (S). Making the second team were Leonard Fournette (RB), Josh Boutte (G), and Kendall Beckwith (LB).

Hats off to all these Tigers for their well-deserved honors.

While on the topic of awards and recognition, let me sneak this baseball tidbit in here: Junior left-hander Alex Lange has been named by D1Baseball as the No. 7 college prospect for the 2017 Major League Baseball Draft.

In football recruiting news, LSU will be entertaining three prospects this weekend, all of whom are already committed to LSU. The three are offensive tackle Austin Deculus, safety Grant Delpit, and quarterback Lowell Narcisse.  Another thing that these three have in common, in addition to being committed to LSU, is that they all will be early enrollees. With the dead period in recruiting beginning next week, it makes sense that Coach Orgeron and his staff are focusing their attention on the early enrollees whose final decision time is drawing near. Other LSU commitments expected to enroll early are wide receiver Mannie Netherly, defensive end Justin Thomas, and safety Jacoby Stevens. (I don’t remember LSU ever having more than five early enrollees in one call, but it looks like that will be the case this year, and that’s a good thing.) Netherly and Thomas have both shut down their recruitment and appear rock solid to LSU. As for Stevens, the Tiger’s highest rated prospect in this class of 18 commits, Coach O dropped in on him on Tuesday and from what I understand there’s no reason for concern with him. Steven recognizes that with Jamal Adams and Rickey Jefferson gone next year he will have an excellent chance for immediate playing time. Another early enrollee target LSU is heavily pursuing is linebacker and Baton Rouge native Dylan Moses who was once committed to LSU but is now committed to Alabama. Coach Ed Orgeron dropped in on him earlier this week and will work relentlessly for his signature, though the window of opportunity for getting him to flip is shrinking fast with early enrollees planning to enroll in early January. 

Before moving on, let me answer something that many of you have asked me – that is, where does LSU’s recruiting class stand now and how many more commitments can the Tigers take? LSU’s 2017 recruiting class currently contains 18 commitments and is ranked No. 5 in 247Sports’ Composite Team Rankings. Of the 18, one is a five-star (Stevens), ten are four-stars and seven are three-stars. From what I understand, there’s room to sign a total of 26 players to scholarship since LSU signed 23 last Signing Day and then added Sci Martin in March to bring their total to 24, leaving room for one of this year’s early enrollees to count towards the 2016 maximum of 25. In a subsequent report, we’ll take a look at who we think are the most likely candidates to fill the eight remaining spots in this year’s class.  

Lastly, the Class 1A and 2A state championships will be played tonight in the Louisiana Superdome and here’s a bit of info on those two matches. By the way, both of tonight’s games, as well as tomorrow’s night’s 3A, 4A, and 5A championships, will be televised by Cox Sports Television.

1A State Championship:

No. 1 Haynesville (13-0) vs No. 2 (13-0) Logansport
Friday, December 9, 4:30 PM @Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Haynesville made it to the Championship game last year before getting beat by a really good Kentwood team. This year’s Haynesville team returns a lot from that squad and has gained valuable experience. Kentwood was a team many thought could repeat in 1A, but Logansport was able to knock them out last week in a defensive battle, 18-7. Look for this one to be a tight contest with both teams lead by stout defense. We give Haynesville a slight advantage, but this one could go either way. 

Of particular interest to Tiger fans are Haynesville juniors Jamarceon Jackson (S, 6-0, 190) and Jalan Harris (DE, 6-2, 248). Both will be highly recruited for class of 2018.

2A State Championship:

No. 2 Madison Prep (14-0) vs No. 4 (12-2) Sterlington
Friday, December 9, 8:00 PM @Mercedes-Benz Superdome

This Madison Prep team is absolutely loaded on both sides of the ball.  On offense, they are led by senior QB Edwin Kleinpeter who is a threat with his feet and his arm. The Madison Prep defense has been a force throughout the year, but Sterlington is a team that lights up the scoreboard, as evidenced by scoring at least 40 points in all four of their playoff games. We predict this one will be close early on, but in the end, Madison Prep has too much firepower for Sterlington to keep up.  

Of particular interest to Tiger fans are Madison Prep’s senior defensive ends Bryan Jones (DE, 6-5, 240) and Tory James (6-4, 275). Jones will likely end up at Texas A&M and James is an Arkansas commit. 

In closing, how bout this winter weather? If this latest cold front has given you the envie to make a gumbo, as it has for me, my recipe for the Chicken and Sausage gumbo can be found on our recipes page. Have a great day, Tiger Fans.   

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12/8/16 5:50 am CST

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In today’s report, we’ll touch on recruiting, Lane Kiffin, Steve Ensminger, draft rankings and the Tigers’ announcement on Dave Aranda’s contract. Let’s kick things off with the best news of all… 

LSU made it official by announcing that Dave Aranda has signed a three-year deal as the Tigers’ defensive coordinator and associate head coach, which now makes him the highest-paid assistant coach in all of college football. In line with the salary we estimated in an earlier report, Aranda will receive $1.8M his first year, $1.85M his second year and $1.9M in his final contract season. According to the USA Today’s Assistant Coaches Salary Database, former LSU defensive coordinator John Chavis was previously the highest-paid assistant with a salary of $1.55M at Texas A&M in 2016. After comparing the stats of Chavis’ defense at A&M to Aranda’s at LSU, it appears that LSU is getting more bang for its buck. Aranda’s LSU defense finished the regular season sixth in the country in scoring defense, second nationally in fewest touchdowns allowed, and 13th nationally in total defense. (Not bad for his first year on the job at LSU!) Meanwhile, Chavis’ A&M defense finished 37th, 27th, and 91st in those three categories, respectively. 

While on the topic of coaches’ salaries, The Advocate reports that Steve Ensminger will be paid a one-time lump sum of $75,000 for his role as LSU’s interim offensive coordinator. This comes on top of the salary he earns under the terms of his original contract ($300,000 annually) as tight ends coach. Ensminger will also make $833 a day if he continues to be LSU’s interim offensive coordinator past Dec. 15, which is the end of the official “interim” time period. 

This seems like a good place in today’s report to say something that hasn’t been said enough. That is, Steve Esminger deserves a ton of praise for the job he’s done as interim offensive coordinator. I know it’s a given that Ensminger will not be named the permanent offensive coordinator. Coach Orgeron has said as much and I guess I understand why. I can just imagine the field day the media would have, not to mention opposing coaches on the recruiting trail, by presenting this as a case of LSU firing Les Miles and Cam Cameron and replacing them with the school’s D-line coach and tight ends coach. Still, I think a case could be made for Ensminger meriting consideration. In his first game as OC, Ensminger's offense piled up 634 yards against Missouri, an all-time LSU record against an SEC foe. In the last seven games, LSU averaged 475 yards, a total that would rank 25th for the season. If you take away the dismal offensive output in the Alabama game (which I know you can’t do), the Tigers averaged 533 yards per game in the other six games under Ensminger’s direction. That 533 yards per game would have ranked fourth in the country if sustained for a full year. My point in saying all this is not to stir up a controversy or campaign for Ensminger for OC, but to simply give credit where credit is due and recognize what an outstanding job Ensminger did. (Thanks to reader M.K. for supplying those stats on Ensminger’s offense.)

In other coaching-related news, LSU’s supposed main target for the offensive coordinator role, Lane Kiffin, is being courted by yet another school. As soon as Oregon hired South Florida’s Willie Taggart, a ripple effect took place and Kiffin’s name was immediately mentioned for the South Florida job. So now, Tiger fans pulling for Kiffin to land at LSU have to worry about Houston and South Florida. Other names mentioned for the vacant South Florida job were Charlie Strong and Greg Schiano. Stay tuned, as we’ll provide further updates as they trickle through. **LATE ADDITION 7:15 a.m.: USAToday is reporting that Houston has decided to hire Lane Kiffin, though there are conflicting reports from Fox Sports and others that say no decision has been made and no offer has been extended.** 

Now then, let’s get to some recruiting news, where one of the hottest names in the country, Cam Akers, remains a large target for LSU. Akers met with the media Tuesday and stated that the Tigers are very high on his list. Akers spoke very highly of Coach Ed Orgeron but said he’s keeping an eye on who the Tigers hire as their offensive coordinator. Understandably so, Akers isn’t the only highly sought after recruit that’s keeping an eye on the offensive coordinator position… 

Former solid commit Myles Brennan said he too is anxiously anticipating the hire of LSU’s new offensive coordinator. Brennan remains a commit at this time, but lots of schools, including Baylor, Florida State, and Oklahoma State, have turned up the heat on Brennan. The highly successful St. Stanislaus pro-style quarterback has said he will likely visit at least LSU, Florida State, and Oklahoma State in January. 

For those of you making the trip to New Orleans this weekend for the LHSAA non-select state championships, a player to watch is Landry-Walker quarterback Keytaon Thompson. Thompson drew the attention of LSU after beating No. 1 Destrehan 50-14 in the semifinals with 270 passing yards and nearly 100 rushing yards and is now high on LSU’s wish list. The problem is, it’s looking like LSU waited too long to pursue Thompson. In an interview leading up to the 5A state championship showdown with No. 2 West Monroe, Thompson, who is slated to enroll early, spoke with The Advocate about his commitment to Mississippi State and reportedly said, “I’m still committed to State. I’m still solid. So I’ll be up there in January.” If this whole situation is giving you a case of déjà vu, I can understand why. It’s awfully reminiscent of LSU’s recruitment of Louisiana’s own Dak Prescott who ended up signing with Mississippi State after LSU was late to the party, so to speak.

One more recruiting note: LSU offensive lineman commit Saahdiq Charles (6-5, 314) tweeted last night that he will no longer be taking any in-home visits and is shutting down his recruitment, which is great news. He added, “I’m a tiger and i thank every school that’s taken the time to recruit me. GEAUX TIGERS!”

Today’s closing tidbits:

• In Matt Miller’s 2017 NFL Draft Big Board, he gives his updated rankings on several Tigers. Leonard Fournette and Jamal Adams are No. 2 and No. 4, respectively, in the overall draft rankings. Both players plus Ethan Pocic are the top-rated players at their respected positions. Meanwhile, Duke Riley has climbed to No. 11 on his list of linebackers. Miller also lists Riley as the “biggest sleeper.” 

• The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has released lines for all 41 college football bowl games and ESPN has published the full list here. LSU is currently listed as a 3.5-point favorite over Louisville in the New Year’s Eve Citrus Bowl. 

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