“There was Great Interest as Soon as That Interest was Mutual"

Staff Writer
Plaquemine Post South
From left, LSU defensive coordinator John Chavis, Davon Godchaux, LSU head coach Les Miles and Godchaux's uncle Brian Parker. 
POST SOUTH PHOTO/Peter Silas Pasqua

LSU head football coach Les Miles and defensive coordinator John Chavis showed their interest in Plaquemine defensive lineman Davon Godchaux on Monday night by attending the Green Devils’ District 6-4A basketball  matchup with St. Michael. Godchaux, a four-star recruit, committed to the Tigers in the fall following an injury in the Green Devils’ season opener that required surgery to repair his ACL and MCL. Several media outlets have reported that Godchaux has decided to take visits to other schools but remains committed to LSU. National Signing Day is Feb. 5. The 6-foot-4, 285-pound lineman registered 60 tackles including 16 for loss and 9.5 sacks in an All-State junior campaign. Before his injury, Godchaux had approximately 30 scholarship offers. From left, Chavis, Godchaux, Miles and uncle Brian Parker.

POST SOUTH PHOTO/Peter Silas Pasqua