Jeremy Cutrer commits to LSU football

Formerly a member of LSU's 2013 recruiting class, Jeremy Cutrer has committed again to the Tigers

Jeremy Cutrer will get a second chance with LSU.

The former Jewel Sumner standout was a member of the Tigers' 2013 recruiting class, but grades prevented him from ever making it though. Now at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Cutrer has taken the opportunity to commit again to the Tigers.

LSU resumed its interest recently and made Cutrer the offer to rejoin. Cutrer has accepted and is now the Tigers' 15th commit in the 2015 class.

Cutrer attended LSU's game against Mississippi State this past weekend. He's listed on the official MGCCC roster at 6-foot-2, 170 pounds.

Cutrer's addition comes on the heels of Kevin Henry's decision to flip to Oklahoma State. Cutrer rated as a four-star prospect in the Class of 2013, the No. 19 safety and No. 243 overall. Cutrer was an early member of that 2013 class, committing a full year before National Signing Day.

But academics were always an issue with Cutrer, and he had to enroll at Mississippi Gulf Coast instead of reporting to LSU. He played wide receiver as a freshman at MGCCC, reeling in six catches for 108 yards and a touchdown. This year he moved back to safety where in four games he has 17 tackles, an interception and two pass breakups.

Cutrer has three years to play two.

Below you can check out the highlights from Cutrer's senior season at Jewel Sumner.

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