LSU recruiting and recruiting rankings are just a few of the many things that the Tigers are working on.
The Big 12 Conference has a lot of great players coming back, and the conference has some great coaches and players returning as well.
The Tigers, however, will have to work on a lot more than just recruiting and that is what the 2017 recruiting class is looking to focus on as they look to get better.
The Tigers were at No. 10 on the 247Sports Composite, and they finished with a total of 4,829 total players.
That is a little better than the 247Composite ranking of 5,719, but they still had 6,716 total players who were ranked in the top-100.
In order to make the list, the Tigers will have their needs met.
The first order of business is the defensive line, and if you were to say the Tigers were in a rebuilding phase and need to get a quality defensive lineman, you would be wrong.
The 2018 class is loaded, and that means a lot to the Tigers.
The recruiting rankings were not the only thing that the 2018 recruiting class needs to focus upon.
The secondary is also a major focus of the 2018 class.
The 2017 class was ranked No. 12 in the 247 Composite, but the 2018 group is ranked No, 7 in the Composite.
That means the Tigers have a lot on their plate in the secondary.
The 2019 class is also loaded, but it is ranked as high as No. 5 in the rankings.
That could be because of the way the 2018 secondary is rated.
The defensive backs were ranked as the No. 1 and No. 2 defensive backs in the country, and there are a lot fewer than there were in 2017.
The recruiting rankings also take into consideration the return of junior defensive tackle Michael Thompson, who is coming back from injury.
Thompson is one of the top players in the state of Louisiana, and he will have a major impact on the defense.
The former quarterback from St. Thomas Aquinas was a key part of the Tigers’ success in 2017, and while he may not be able to go as far as some of the others, he is definitely going to have an impact.
The secondary will also have a big impact on what the Tigers hope to do with the class.
That class will have some big names returning, and it will need to focus a lot harder on the secondary, but there will also be some big players returning from the 2017 class.
There are a couple of big names coming back that will definitely be a huge boost for the secondary next season, and one of them is linebacker Myles Jack, who has been one of LSU’s best defensive players in 2017 after being the nation’s No. 7 overall recruit in 2017 and No, 5 overall in 2018.
Jack had 1,067 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, five sacks, eight pass breakups, five interceptions, and 13 pass breakaways in 2018 and has earned himself a contract extension.
Jack has been a big part of LSU recruiting for a long time, and his return is going to help the secondary this year.
The return of Jack could really open up opportunities for the younger players in that class.
Jack is one-and-done at LSU and is a lock to be back for the 2019 season.
The defense is going be one of those areas that the Tiger secondary will need help.
Jack could be a big piece for LSU in 2019.
He could make an impact immediately and help the Tigers immediately.
He could be an important piece in the return to strength for the defense and could make the return even bigger.
Jack could have a huge impact on how the Tigers recruit, and LSU has a very good track record of recruiting its top players.
Jack, as well as defensive end Jordan Thompson, are some of LSU most important players.
They are two of the most highly regarded recruits in the nation, and both are returning for the 2018 season.
Jack and Thompson were two of LSU top defensive linemen in 2017 as well, and their return could change how the LSU defense plays.
The two players could really have an immediate impact on LSU’s defensive line and they could make a big difference in how the defense plays next season.
Thompson has had some injuries this season, so his return could really change how LSU plays defense.
Thompson was a big contributor to LSU’s success in the 2017 season, as he had 12 sacks, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery in only 15 games.
He had a career-high eight forced fumbles in 2018, as LSU was the top scoring team in the SEC and had an average of 34.8 points per game.
Thompson also had a breakout season in 2017 by breaking up 12 passes and earning an All-SEC second team.
The 2018 recruiting rankings have been pretty consistent throughout the year, and now that the 2017 recruits