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Even though Friday Night Lights camp is still in progress, LSU is beginning to see some positive effects from the recruiting event.

Two defensive line commits, one for the 2025 class and the other for the 2026 class, have been added to the Tigers.

Let’s begin with the commitment for 2025. Jesse Harrold, a four-star edge rusher from the Tampa area, committed to LSU on Saturday. Harrold marks both the first recruiting success for new EDGE coach Kevin Peoples and LSU’s first 2025 defensive line commit.

Standing 6’5″ and 207 pounds, Harrold is rated as a top-10 player at both his position and as the 66th overall prospect by On3. He chose LSU over Texas A&M, Florida, Miami, Auburn, and other schools.

This week, Harrold becomes the second student added to LSU’s 2025 class. Additionally, LSU added Carius Curne, the top interior offensive lineman in the country, on Thursday. After bringing in Curne and Harrold, LSU’s 2025 class is now ranked No. 2 in the country, and Ohio State is now the school with the largest lead.

It’s never too early to start thinking about recruiting, so LSU started working on its class of 2026. Presenting Richard Anderson, a four-star defensive lineman.

After attending the Tigers’ Friday Night Lights camp, Anderson chose LSU as well. Anderson provides Brian Kelly and the staff with their first recruit of the 2026 class. Anderson, a rising junior, chose LSU over Florida State, Oregon, USC, and Ole Miss.

Anderson performs at Edna Karr and is a native of New Orleans. He is teammates with some other LSU targets, most notably Corey Adams and Aiden Hall, and plays alongside TaRon Francis, who has committed to LSU. Hall is a four-star safety in the 2026 class, and Adams is a three-star defensive line prospect for 2025.

Although it’s early, Anderson is currently ranked as the 131st overall prospect in the class of 2026 and as the seventh player in Louisiana in what is expected to be an extremely competitive class for the state. Currently, there are four players from Louisiana’s 2026 class ranked in the top 50 nationally and three in the top 15. Leading the Louisiana 2026 class are three players: Blaine Bradford of Catholic, ranked No. 15, U-High’s Lamar Brown, ranked No. 5, and St. August’s Jahkeem Stewart, ranked No. 3 overall.


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