A day after LSU Football got a commitment from a three-star offensive lineman in Ory Williams from San Marcos High School in San Marcos, Texas, offensive line coach Brad Davis got himself another big commitment from another 2024 offensive lineman in Natchitoches Central High School three-star offensive lineman Joseph Cryer.
Cryer, who has transferred to Natchitoches Central for his senior season, is following his head coach at Many in Jess Curtis where he previously won the state championship this past season for the Tigers. At 6’4, 290 pounds, Cryer has received over 20 DI offers.
Yesterday, Cryer announced his de-commitment from Ole Miss after receiving an offer from LSU, and commits to the Tigers the day after. This also follows Cryer’s recruiting visit to LSU this past weekend at the Bayou Splash.
The number 33 prospect in Louisiana is the 21st overall commitment for the Tigers’ top 15 ranked 2024 class and he is now the fourth offensive lineman to commit to the Tigers joining Williams, Ethan Calloway and Khayree Lee.
Joseph Cryer will be continuing as an LSU legacy as his late uncle Charlie Cryer also played for the Tigers.