LSU’s streak of commitments hit four on Monday – and this one has a familiar last name.

Catholic High defensive end Aaron Moffitt, the son of LSU strength and conditioning coach Tommy Moffitt, committed to the Tigers in a post on Twitter. Moffitt is the fourth commitment for LSU in the last four days, and that number could grow to five Tuesday.

Mississippi offensive lineman Saahdiq Charles, choosing between the Tigers and Mississippi State, is scheduled to announce his commitment on Twitter on Tuesday afternoon, he said.

Moffitt, a three-star prospect and the No. 41 defensive end in the nation, received an offer from LSU in February. He has offers from Nebraska, Cal, TCU, South Carolina and Vanderbilt, along with about eight others.

Moffitt is the fourth player to give a verbal, non-binding pledge to LSU over the last four days. Texas tackle Austin Deculus started the steak Friday. Mississippi junior college receiver Stephen Guidry and Georgia fullback Tory Carter committed during the program’s Bayou Picnic event Saturday, moving the Tigers’ 2017 commit class into the top 10 nationally.

Moffitt landed on The Advocate’s All-Metro 4A-5A team as a junior last season, recording 54 tackles, 14 tackles for loss and 11 sacks in helping Catholic to its first state title.

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LSU’s 2017 commitment class

RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Catholic (Baton Rouge)

QB Jontre Kirklin, Lutcher (Lutcher)

DT Tyler Shelvin, Northside (Lafayette)

OLB Patrick Queen, Livonia (Livonia)

QB Lowell Narcisse, Saint James (Saint James)

QB Myles Brennan, St. Stanislaus (Bay St. Louis, Mississippi)

OG Edward Ingram, DeSoto (DeSoto, Texas)

OT Austin Deculus, Cy-Fair (Cypress, Texas)

WR Stephen Guidry, Livonia (Morganza)

FB Tory Carter, Lee County (Leesburg, Georgia)

DE Aaron Moffitt, Catholic High (Baton Rouge)

LSU’s 2018 commitment class

DB Kelvin Joseph, Scotlandville (Baton Rouge)

DB Corione Harris, Landry-Walker (New Orleans)

QB Zadock Dinkelmann, Somerset (Somerset, Texas)

WR Devonta Jason, Landry-Walker (New Orleans)

Mississippi offensive lineman Saahdiq Charles, choosing between the Tigers and Mississippi State, is scheduled to announce his commitment on Twitter on Tuesday afternoon, he said.

Moffitt, a three-star prospect and the No. 41 defensive end in the nation, received an offer from LSU in February. He has offers from Nebraska, Cal, TCU, South Carolina and Vanderbilt, along with about eight others.

Moffitt is the fourth player to give a verbal, non-binding pledge to LSU over the last four days. Texas tackle Austin Deculus started the steak Friday. Mississippi junior college receiver Stephen Guidry and Georgia fullback Tory Carter committed during the program’s Bayou Picnic event Saturday, moving the Tigers’ 2017 commit class into the top 10 nationally.

Moffitt landed on The Advocate’s All-Metro 4A-5A team as a junior last season, recording 54 tackles, 14 tackles for loss and 11 sacks in helping Catholic to its first state title.

This post will be updated.

LSU’s 2017 commitment class

RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Catholic (Baton Rouge)

QB Jontre Kirklin, Lutcher (Lutcher)

DT Tyler Shelvin, Northside (Lafayette)

OLB Patrick Queen, Livonia (Livonia)

QB Lowell Narcisse, Saint James (Saint James)

QB Myles Brennan, St. Stanislaus (Bay St. Louis, Mississippi)

OG Edward Ingram, DeSoto (DeSoto, Texas)

OT Austin Deculus, Cy-Fair (Cypress, Texas)

WR Stephen Guidry, Livonia (Morganza)

FB Tory Carter, Lee County (Leesburg, Georgia)

DE Aaron Moffitt, Catholic High (Baton Rouge)

LSU’s 2018 commitment class

DB Kelvin Joseph, Scotlandville (Baton Rouge)

DB Corione Harris, Landry-Walker (New Orleans)

QB Zadock Dinkelmann, Somerset (Somerset, Texas)

WR Devonta Jason, Landry-Walker (New Orleans)