LSU offers in-state TE Foster Moreau

LSU extended a late-night offer Wednesday to in-state tight end Foster Moreau

2015 tight end Foster Moreau now has every offer in Louisiana, and the biggest one came last.

LSU handed out an offer to Moreau during a late-night conversation Wednesday. Tiger offensive coordinator Cam Cameron spoke with Moreau for about 30 minutes with that talk culminating in an official offer.

LSU has steadily picked up its interest in Moreau over the last couple months as he was a key cog in Jesuit winning its first state title since 1960.

"It's always been a goal of mine," Moreau said of LSU. "It's a huge offer."

Cameron and Moreau also discussed getting the New Orleans native up to Baton Rouge for an official visit. He'll take that trip Jan. 16, the first weekend after the dead period. That's when LSU should really start pushing to land Moreau in the 2015 class.

The Tigers do already have two tight end commits in Hanner Shipley and Bry'Keithon Mouton. Shipley will enroll early and primarily serve as a blocker. Mouton figures to serve multiple roles as an H-Back and slot receiver in addition to TE.

Moreau appears to be a well-rounded weapon that can block and factor in the passing game at 6-foot-5, 240 pounds. But he's not as concerned with his potential role at this stage.

"We can figure that out later," he said. "Right now, it's time to be grateful and thank God for his blessings."

Moreau also has FBS offers from Mississippi State, Tulane, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, Northwestern, Air Force and Army.

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