It didn't even take a full day for Dominic Livingston to decide he wanted to play at LSU next season.
Just two weeks before the early signing day, Livingston went on his official visit to Baton Rouge where he was supposed to spend the whole weekend, but he couldn't wait. He gave his commitment on the first day of the trip, according to 247Sports.
Originally committed to Texas A&M, Livingston decided in October to reopen his recruitment in search of other options after an offer from LSU and later a visit from coach Ed Orgeron.
At 6 foot 3, 340 pounds, Livingston is likely headed for the nose tackle position with the Tigers.
Wednesday is a historic day for LSU, coach Ed Orgeron and the entire college football world as thousands of high school seniors make their com…
Name: Dominic Livingston
Position: Defensive Tackle
Measurables:6-foot-3, 340 pounds
High School: Aldine Davis
Committed: December 8, 2017
247Sports Position Rank: No. 34
247 Composite rating: 3 stars
At a Glance: Originally committed to Texas A&M, Livingston reopened his recruitment in October before giving his word to Ed Orgeron and the Tigers less than two weeks before the early signing day.
What They’re Saying: “Dominic Livingston is your prototypical nose tackle. He’ll follow in the footsteps of Ed Alexander and Tyler Shelvin… He’s much more of the big body — I describe him like a tree trunk — like Tyler Shelvin and Ed Alexander are. He’s just a space eater and still has a bit of athleticism for a kid that size.” - 247Sports recruiting analyst Shea Dixon.