LSU has landed the No.1 fullback in the nation for its 2015 class, according to reports.

Les Miles offered Lakeshore High School (Mandeville, La.) a scholarship to David Ducre after inviting him to the school’s Junior Day.

Ducre, who can 100 yards in 11 seconds (quick), is 6ft high and 230 lbs (great to block) told Saturday Down South: ā€œIā€™m stoked because I have the opportunity to play with and compete against some of the best players that the country has to offer…The competition will only make me better. They love my physicality, strength, speed and my hands.ā€

If he keeps his commitment to LSU through National Signing Day next year, he’ll arrive in Death Valley to good company. The Tigers signed the nation’s No.1 running back Leonard Fournette earlier this year.

Here’s a link to Ducre’s Hudl site.

According to 24-7, Alabama, Cal, Georgia Tech, Mississippi State and Nebraska were all interested, although none had offered him as yet.

BOTTOM LINE: LSU’s going to be deep (AGAIN) in 2015.

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