4-star OL prospect no longer visiting LSU this weekend

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Four-star offensive lineman Malik Agbo was originally set to take an official visit to LSU this weekend, but that won’t be happening as planned.

It’s not as negative as it sounds though, considering that LSU and Agbo agreed to move the visit to the fall after the announcement of Brad Davis as the Tigers’ offensive line coach according to 247Sports’ Brandon Huffman.

Before an official announcement is made by the program that someone has been added to the staff, the person cannot take part in an official visit with a recruit.

In a way, this should be viewed as a positive. It’s clear that Agbo has a level of commitment to a coach like Davis if he and the school agree to move an official visit so he can spend more time with Davis.

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Agbo is listed in the 247Sports composite rankings as the No. 27 offensive tackle in the country and the No. 6 player in the state of Washington.

In addition to LSU, Alabama, Arizona State, Miami, Oklahoma, and Oregon are all programs in the race to land Agbo.

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