Greg Gilmore (Hope Mills, N.C./South View) would make a lot of LSU fans happy if he pulled the trigger on the Tigers when he camps in Baton Rouge in July.
The ESPN 150 defensive tackle said just a few days ago that he still considered LSU the leader for his services, slightly ahead of Alabama and Florida. It certainly seems obvious that Gilmore is the Tigers' primary target along the defensive front -- especially with the commitment of No. 1 defensive end Robert Nkemdiche to Clemson last week.
As big as Gilmore's commitment would be at face value, also consider what it would mean for LSU's recruiting crop this season. There's been plenty of talk about the Tigers' pickups along the offensive side of the ball, and the hype is understandable with two, four-star quarterbacks in the fold so far.