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LSU lands 4-star Defensive Tackle

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Source: clemson.greenvilleonline.com Source: clemson.greenvilleonline.com
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

LSU has landed another big recruit for the 2013 season. Defensive Tackle Greg Gilmore of Hope Mills, North Carolina made his announcement this afternoon.

The 6'4", 275 pound star picked LSU over Florida, Alabama, Oklahoma and many more.

Gilmore, a 4-star recruit, attended the LSU - Alabama game with his parents Saturday night in Tiger Stadium.

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