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Talented Four-Star OL Carius Curne Commits to LSU


Jan 1, 2024; Tampa, FL, USA; LSU Tigers offensive lineman Charles Turner III (69) lines up against the Wisconsin Badgers in the fourth quarter during the ReliaQuest Bowl at Raymond James Stadium.
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The LSU Tigers flipped the commitment of the No. 1 offensive lineman from their Southeastern Conference rival.


LSU continues to recruit at a high level, as offensive line coach Brad Davis is bringing in talented four-star OL Carius Curne to keep the run going on talented offensive linemen for the Tigers.



Scouting Carius Curne

Curne is the No. 1 offensive lineman in Arkansas and ranked No. 11 nationally in the Class of 2025, according to 247Sports composite ranking. The Tigers swooped in and flipped Curne from SEC Rival Arkansas, and Curne joined an LSU recruiting class that included three other linemen on that side of the ball. All are ranked in the top 50, with two ranked in the top 15:

 

  • Four-star OL Tyler Miller, ranked No. 12 nationally.

  • Four-star OL Devin Harper, ranked No. 4 in the country.

  • Three-star OL Brett Bordelon, ranked No. 37 nationally. Bordelon is the son of Ben Bordelon, a former lineman who played for the Tigers and earned All-SEC honors in 1996.

 

At 6-foot-4 and 301 pounds, Curne is versatile and athletic and plays on both sides of the ball for Marion High School in Marion, Ark., but his career path will most likely be on the offensive side. Curne is light on his feet for a player of his size, according to Shea Dixon.



Curne received offers from schools in the SEC, the Big Ten Conference and the Atlantic Coast Conference. He chose the Tigers over Florida, Georgia, Mississippi State, Missouri, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Purdue and SMU.

 

Currently, LSU is ranked No. 7 in the country for the Class of 2025, according to 247Sports.

 

LSU’s Offensive Line in 2024

The most experienced unit on the 2024 version of the LSU football team will be the offensive line, as they return four starters from last year’s squad that was a finalist for the Joe Moore Award, given to the top offensive line in college football. Will Campbell and Emery Jones are All-SEC tackles, and with Miles Frazier, Garrett Dellinger, and new center DJ Chester, they will form one of the best offensive line units in the country once again.


LSU opens the 2024 season in Las Vegas against the USC Trojans on Sept. 1.

 



 

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