LSU commits Maea Teuhema and Kevin Toliver received an early Christmas present Wednesday as both were named All-USA, according to USA Today.
The two future Tigers were among 22 high school seniors named first-team All-USA by USA Today's Jim Halley and a group of high school football coaches and recruiting analysts. LSU and UCLA were the only schools to have multiple commits selected to the first team.
Toliver was LSU"s first commitment for the 2015 class, committing more than two years ago. He's rated a five-star prospect and the No. 3 cornerback in the country. He had three interceptions and eight rushing touchdowns this season while leading Trinity Catholic to a state title.
He has already signed his financial aid agreement with LSU and enroll this spring.
Teuhema notched 107 pancake blocks this season. He's ranked as the nation's best offensive guard and could compete immediately for playing time as a freshman. He committed to LSU last National Signing Day when his older brother, Sione, signed with the Tigers.
In addition to the two LSU commits, several targets also made the first team. Louisiana's top uncommitted prospect, Tyron Johnson, headlines the list. Johnson had more than 1,500 receiving yards this season with 17 touchdown receptions while leading Warren Easton to the state championship game.
Other LSU targets on the first team All-USA include WR DaMarkus Lodge, LB Leo Lewis, CB Kendall Sheffield and CB Iman Marshall.
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Two LSU commits named All-USA by USA Today
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