LSU picks up 2022 commitment from in-state lineman, Tiger legacy
LSU has added a legacy commitment to its 2022 class.
On Sunday, New Orleans Isidore Newman offensive lineman Bo Bordelon announced his pledge to the Tigers via his Instagram account.
Listed at 6-5, 250 pounds, Borderlon is rated 3-stars, the No. 32 Louisiana product, No. 68 offensive tackle and No. 709 prospect overall nationally in the class of 2022 on the 247Sports Composite. He also had offers from Colorado, Virginia and Nicholls State.
Father Ben Bordelon was a multi-year starter at LSU and earned All-SEC recognition in 1996 before playing in the NFL with the Chargers in 1997. Younger Tiger fans may be more familiar with Bo’s mother Gemi Bordelon who went viral dancing to “Get the Gat” at LSU’s national championship celebration in the White House.
Three-star New Orleans offensive lineman Bo Bordelon has committed to #LSU. He’s the son of former LSU player Ben Bordelon.
Also, his mother, Gemi, is the famous woman in the LSU White House “Get the Gat” dance video. https://t.co/KL03DwH16P
— Brody Miller (@BrodyAMiller) February 1, 2021
Bo’s commitment announcement and sophomore highlights (via Hudl) can be viewed below:
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