LSU is committed to rival 100 APB Trey Holly

Brian Kelly And the LSU Tigers added a huge promise to the 2023 recruitment class on Sunday afternoon, as rival 100 Farmersville (LA) union councilor Trey Holly SEC West announced its commitment to power.

Holly emerged as one of the top ball carriers in the Mid-South region after earning the Louisiana 3A Offensive Player of the Year award in her second and junior seasons. Four-star Rasha is the fifth member of the Tigers’ class because Kelly Baton Rouge wants to build a solid foundation during her first full cycle.

The new LSU commitment has gained a wide career at the high school level, resulting in programs being offered from across the country. Louisiana locals have opted for the Home-State Tigers over Arkansas, Ole Miss, and Texas A&M, among others.

Holly features a versatile, play-around style. He has shown the ability to be very effective in running the ball on the ground, as well as providing a dynamic threat as a receiver in passing games.

Assistant to the Tigers Frank Wilson Blue chip led charge for in-state possibility. Holly Kelly and her first-year staff make their third offensive commitment in the class, joining four-star Vivian (La.) North Caddo wide receiver O’Marian Miller and four-star St. Louis (Md.) Disemet Mac Markway.

Four-star defensive backs Ryan Yates and Michael Doherty have made the Tigers’ current five-member class out.

Trey Holly ranks 5.9 four-star prospect and ranked 85th overall recruiter in the 2023 cycle by competitors. At 5-foot-8 and 195-pound, Holly is ranked No. 9 player in Louisiana and No. 2 all-purpose in the class.

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