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2013 Signing Class: LSU’s Target Zone

target-with-dartsLSU added 27 players from 11 different states on Wednesday and Thursday.  A breakdown of the Tigers’ “target zone” is below:

 

Louisiana = 12 recruits

California = 2

Florida = 2

Georgia = 2

Mississippi = 2

North Carolina = 2

Illinois = 1

Nebraska = 1

New Jersey = 1

Tennessee = 1

Virginia = 1

 

In-State Signees = 44.4%

Out-Of-State Signees = 55.5%

 

Observation:

Aside from Nick Saban, is there anyone in the SEC who makes recruiting look this easy year-in and year-out?  Credit Saban for kickstarting the juggernaut on the Bayou, but Miles has continued to land just about any top Louisiana prospect he goes after.  This year he inked seven of the state’s top 10 recruits and it would have been eight if defensive back Jeremy Cutrer hadn’t had to go the juco route to qualify.  There’s nothing mad about Miles’ recruiting hat.  He wears it well.

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SEC Recruiting Headlines – 2/8/12

1. Dorial Green-Beckham’s life could have been run by the recruiting process. But it wasn’t, writes Mitch Sherman of ESPN.com.

2. Defensive back Jeremy Cutrer is LSU’s fourth commitment for the 2013 class. All four commits are from Louisiana.

3. CBSSports.com helps take a close look at recruiting ranks after the fact.

4. Florida has offered junior safety Keanu Neal from Bushnell, Fla.

5. Georgia has room to add players to its roster and might do that before the fall arrives.

6. Junior quarterback Christian Hackenberg of Fork Union, Va., is getting ready to start taking trips.

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