With the 2020 class coming down the homestretch and spots getting limited, the LSU staff did the next best thing: looked towards the future. The defensive line has been a focal point for the 2020 class, and it would appear 2021 is no different with Anthony Hundley joining Landyn Watson on the line. Hundley, once a Miami commit, left the Hurricanes class in August, taking an unofficial visit to Baton Rouge for the Northwestern State game.
At 6-3 and 275 pounds, Hundley is a strong presence on the line for Booker T. Washington, one of the premier schools in Miami, giving him a lot of solid experience at the high school level. However, highlights of Hundley are sparse for whatever reason. It’s hard to provide a true scouting report based off the limited film on Hudl, but you can see his ability to navigate through the line and make a play int he backfield.
It does seem a little odd of a take this early on, but I’ll err on the evaluations from Orgeron and Aranda on this one. The 2020 and 2021 defensive line classes for LSU could be monumental in building towards the future and creating that mayhem in the backfield we were accustomed to seeing.