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Former 8th grade LSU football commit Zadock Dinkelmann picks BYU

Dinkelmann made national news when he committed to LSU in the eighth-grade. (Source: NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune) Dinkelmann made national news when he committed to LSU in the eighth-grade. (Source: NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune)
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Former LSU football commit Zadock Dinkelmann verbally committed to Brigham Young University. Dinkelmann made national news when he committed to the Tigers as an eighth-grader. After Les Miles got fired at LSU, Dinkelmann de-committed from the Tigers.

The 6-foot-5, 215-pounder plays hip prep ball at Somerset High School in Texas. Dinkelmann is in the class of 2018, and his uncle Ty Detmer played for the Cougars. Detmer won a Heisman Trophy while in Provo, Utah.

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