LSU is predicted to land five-star safety after win over Alabama

Javien Toviano is a five-star, 6-foot, 185-pound safety from Arlington, Texas, where he plays for Martin High School. The Warriors are 9-1 this season and 6-0 in district play as they head into the playoffs next Friday.

Toviano was in attendance for the LSU-Alabama game in Death Valley as the Tigers knocked off the Crimson Tide in overtime to put them at the top of the SEC West. As you can see in the video below, Toviano was one of the many that rushed the field after Mason Taylor scored the two-point conversion to win the game against the Tide.

Currently, the LSU 2023 recruiting class ranks as the No. 4 class in the country, but the addition of a five-star safety could definitely bump the Tigers up a spot or two, and there could be more on the way before National Signing Day. Brian Kelly has done a great job on and off the field this season, and hopefully for LSU, it continues.


Where LSU stands in the 247Sports 2023 recruiting rankings at the end of October

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