LSU picked up a football recruit Monday from a guy that will, if nothing else, have the best name in the game.
The Tigers scored a commitment from class of 2022 wide receiver De’Coldest Crawford, an in-state kid from Shreveport, Louisiana. (RELATED: SEC Week 8 Preview And Predictions: Trap Game Saturday)
— Decoldest Crawford (@Yrncold) October 28, 2019
“I’ve always dreamed of playing college football,” Crawford said. “I would also like to thank everyone for believing in me and pushing me to be a better man. With that being said, I am finally announcing that I will be 1000% committed to Louisiana State University. #GoTigers.”
Tigers head coach Ed Orgeron has things rolling in the Bayou right now as his Tigers prepare to face Alabama in a couple weeks, in what will be the biggest matchup of the 2019 college football season. (RELATED: Why Alabama Will Win The 2019 National Championship)
Landing Crawford gives Coach O even more momentum on the recruiting trail and the opportunity to coach up a player who will have one of the greatest names in all of sports.