Kain Daub Picks LSU

It may have been a last minute change of plans for Kain Daub when he visited LSU Saturday, but before leaving Baton Rouge, the elite 2014 linebacker gave his verbal pledge to the Tigers. Get the full story right here.

"I liked how they treated me, I just felt like it was home," Kain Daub said after his visit to LSU.

The 6-foot-3, 215-pound linebacker was on his way home to Florida from playing for Team USA in Texas when his mother and grandmother decided to stop in New Orleans to do some sightseeing. Daub said he wanted to try to see LSU while he was in the area.

"I called and I set up an unofficial visit, and within like two hours they set up everything, and it felt like the trip was set up months ago, and I only called two hours in advance," Daub said.

They took really good care of me and I liked how I felt when I was at the school."

The Nease (St. Augustine, FL) standout is excited to be a Tiger and is eager to bring his skills to one of the nation's top programs.

"I'm pretty big and I can move pretty fast, I guess I just have everything a linebacker needs to have and I try to play at my highest potential," he said.

Daub also has offers from Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Auburn, Ohio State, and more. He says he sure his mind is made up, and LSU is the place for him.

"(My commitment is) pretty solid, I don't think I'm going to be taking any more trips or anything," he said.

"I'm completely shutting it down as of right now."

Daub plans to spend most of the remainder of summer working out with his team, and he also plans to be at Friday Night Lights in Gainesville at the end of July.

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