MGCCC Defensive Lineman Chooses Crimson Tide over LSU


LSU’s ongoing search for an offensive coordinator is really starting to hurt the 2017 recruiting class on both sides of the ball. Today, that incomplete coaching staff cost the Tigers dearly in the form of the best junior college defensive lineman in the country.
Isaiah Buggs of Mississippi Gulf Coast committed to Alabama a day earlier than expected via Twitter this afternoon. The Tigers were believed to have been his favorite for the last eight months, but in the end they get left at the altar again.
In his tweet, Buggs cited LSU not having a complete coaching staff ready to roll as the main card, forcing his hand.
First it was St. Stanislaus quarterback Myles Brennan and then yesterday another four star QB all folding on first year head coach Ed Orgeron.
Buggs is a four star prospect with two years of eligibility remaining once he gets to Tuscaloosa.