The LSU Tigers continue to add to their top ranked SEC recruiting class with the addition of four-star running back TreVonte’ Citizen out of Lake Charles, Louisiana, Citizen announced his decision to play for the Tigers via Twitter.
Vaping organization Dr. Dabber, an organization that specializes in all things weed, has offered an opportunity for the track star that won’t require any training. The company offered Richardson $250,000 to become one of their ambassadors, according to TMZ.
The LSU Tigers and head coach Jay Johnson have been busy this off-season adding their third player via the NCAA Transfer Portal. The Tigers have added right-handed pitcher Eric Reyzelman from the University of San Francisco. Rezyelman took to Twitter to announce his decision.
When new LSU head coach Jay Johnson was presented with a No. 2 jersey at his introductory news conference, some people joked that infielder Zach Arnold was losing his number, but apparently, it’s a little more serious than that.
The LSU Tigers are a little more than a month a way from starting fall camp for the upcoming season and were expected to return all five starters to the offensive line, but one key piece, left tackle Dare Rosenthal has entered his name into the NCAA Transfer Portal.
Former LSU Tiger ace Aaron Nola tied Tom Seaver’s 51-year-old Major League Baseball record for consecutive strikeouts in a game. The now Philadelphia Phillies ace struck out 10 consecutive batters. Nola becomes only the second player in MLB history to achieve that feat.
The LSU Tigers have added their first baseball commit under new head coach Jay Johnson. Menifee, California native Mikey Romero de-committed from Arizona and committed to the Tigers just hours after it was reported that Johnson would take the job in Baton Rouge.