LSU Football: 2022 Tigers commit not wavering on commitment

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LSU football received a commitment from 2022 four-star wide receiver Aaron Anderson back in December.

Anderson, 5-foot-10/185 lbs from New Orleans, LA (Edna Karr), is ranked in 247Sports’ composite rankings as the No. 34 wide receiver in the country and the No. 12 player in Louisiana.

The dynamic wide receiver is expected to work out of the slot for the Tigers, as well as on special teams returning kicks and punts.

But before that happens, the Tigers will have to make sure Anderson signs.

Fortunately for LSU, it sounds like Anderson isn’t even considering decommitting from LSU.

LSU football isn’t in danger of losing Aaron Anderson

Anderson recently spoke to 247Sports about his recruitment and he made it clear that he plans on sticking to his commitment.

“I’m 110 percent committed to LSU,” said Anderson this week to 247Sports. “That’s where I’m going to stay, bring my talent to LSU, and continue that there.”

“They see me in the slot role, being one of those big guys on 3rd down to get the 1st if we need it. Still doing a lot of kick return, punt return, specialists at LSU.”

Just because Anderson is firmly committed to the Tigers, doesn’t mean that other programs are giving up on their pursuit of the Louisiana native.

Alabama and Florida are two rival SEC programs that are still actively recruiting Anderson.

“Once I had my eyes on LSU so I wasn’t really looking for no other school,” said Anderson.

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It’s good to hear that Anderson is set on LSU. But things can quickly change in recruiting. The Tigers will have to continue recruiting him hard until he signs.