NEW ORLEANS — Les Miles’ job appears to be safe, and that is a relief for recruits left in limbo over the past week.
One in particular, 3-star defensive end Andre Anthony (Edna Karr High School), had a gut feeling things would work for Miles.
“I mean, I felt good about it from the jump,” Anthony said. “I knew God had a plan and it was going to work out for the greater good, and indeed it did.”
Despite the uncertainty surrounding Miles’ job security, Anthony said he was still 100 percent committed to LSU.
Knowing that coach Miles will remain with the program in 2016 means Anthony will get exactly what he signed up for when he pledged to LSU back in June.
“It feels great,” Anthony said.
“And no matter what happens, I’ll always be an LSU Tiger. Les Miles is a great coach and he has a great team of coaches with him along with great players.”
Anthony reiterated he’s 100 percent committed to LSU. He is the No. 23 player in the state of Louisiana and the No. 32 weak-side defensive end in the nation.