Talent scouting for Gridiron Kings 

July, 26, 2012
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It's a bit hard to believe, but things are finishing up for LSU's 2013 recruiting class as August approaches.

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A team like the Tigers has the pick of the litter, for the most part, when it comes to recruiting. But with 21 current commitments and a dwindling pool of high profile targets, there likely won't be too much more activity in the coming months. The commitment of defensive tackle Scott Pagano (Honolulu, Hawaii/Moanalua) to Clemson on Tuesday night gives the Tigers one fewer prospect to chase, increasing the intrigue around fellow defensive tackle Greg Gilmore (Hope Mills, N.C./South View) and his approaching decision.

In the meantime there are only a few more chances to scout out talent this summer before the 2012 season begins. This weekend's 2012 Champion Gridiron Kings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., promises to be such an occasion.

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