Posted August 27, 2012 on louisianastate.scout.com
PLAYERS: Lamar Louis
TEAMS: LSU Tigers
Lamar Louis sat out most of his senior season, but the Breaux Bridge product got a head start on his college future by enrolling at LSU in January. Louis is one of several outstanding freshmen linebackers in Baton Rouge, so perhaps having a semester's head start will benefit the personable Louis.
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