And before too long, there could be a trio of commitments from the school if another player can get his academics in order.
Zenon (6-2, 175) decided to follow Daniels lead after attending a camp at LSU last weekend and receiving a scholarship offer from Saban. A two-year starter at running back, Zenon will play cornerback for LSU. Breaux Bridge head coach Mike Mowad moved Zenon to corner in spring practice and says he adapted well to the position after playing there sparingly as a junior.
Daniels is expected to play safety at LSU.
The third BBHS prospect under consideration is linebacker/fullback Tim Williams, the younger brother of Davis. He says Saban promised him a scholarship offer if he improves his core grades and acquires a qualifying ACT score.
Zenon gives the Tigers seven commitment for the 2003 recruiting class. He and Daniels join Leesville tight end Keith Alleger, Centreville, Miss., offensive lineman Will Arnold, Kingwood, Texas, offensive lineman Chris Yoder, Acadiana running back Alley Broussard and John Curtis offensive lineman Jerry Sevin.