LSU turns A&M devote McKinley, No

  • Tom VanHaaren, ESPN Personnel WriterJan 1, 2024, 10:13 AM ET Close ESPN personnel author Joined ESPN in 2011

  • Graduated from Central Michigan

LSU started the new year by flipping ESPN 300 defensive lineman Dominick McKinley from Texas A&M.

McKinley is the No. 33 total prospect in the 2024 class and didn’t sign in the early finalizing duration in December, in spite of staying dedicated to the Aggies. He’s a 6-foot-5, 290-pound tackle from Acadiana High School in Lafayette, Louisiana.He’s the No. 3 protective take on in the class and had been committed to Texas A&M given that September. Head coach Jimbo Fisher was fired, nevertheless, and LSU had actually been hiring McKinley throughout his process.Editor’s Picks 1 Associated He is one of 10 Texas A&M decommitments considering that October, including five-star receiver Cameron Coleman

, who turned to Auburn in December, ESPN 300 athlete Dre’lon Miller, who signed with Colorado, and four-star offensive linemen Coen Echols and Weston Davis, who also committed to LSU.The Tigers now have 12 ESPN 300 commitments in the class, led by McKinley as the greatest ranked, ahead of tight end Trey’Dez Green, the No. 94 recruit overall,

and athlete Jelani Watkins, ranked No. 99 total.

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