LSU coaches hit the recruiting trail

Some of the LSU coaches will hit the road Friday night to watch some top recruits in action. Here's where they'll be tonight.

Les Miles and three of his assistants will escape from the LSU football facility Friday night to take in some high school football. Here's a quick rundown of which recruits they'll be evaluating in-person.

Miles takes the opportunity every Friday night to watch one of his two sons play. Tonight he'll be in Brusly to watch his oldest, Manny Miles, and the University Lab Cubs. In addition to his son, he'll have a chance to see LSU running back commit Nicholas Brossette and 2017 offensive tackle target Adrian Ealy. 2017 commit Dylan Moses will also be there, but he hasn't played since the first game of the year as he's still struggling with a dehydration condition.

Cam Cameron will also be in the Baton Rouge area to see some top targets. Cameron will be one of many in attendance to see the showdown between Catholic and Rummel. There he'll see RB commit Derrius Guice as he looks to continue building on his incredible start to the season. 2016 CB Kristian Fulton, who has an LSU offer, is also expected to suit up after an offseason injury has left him sidelined to this point.

Lastly, Jeff Grimes and Steve Ensminger will take a trip over to Lafayette to check in on top OT target Jerry Tillery, a Notre Dame commit. He and Evangel are facing St. Thomas More, and the two LSU coaches are continuing to show Tillery the love. Ensminger has led Tillery's recruitment as the area recruiter and Shreveport, and Grimes has built a strong relationship with him as his would-be position coach.

For a complete schedule of where all the in-state LSU recruits will be playing tonight, check out this Friday Night Lights piece.

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