Four-star Scotlandville safety Kelvin Joseph committed to LSU on Saturday during the U.S. Army All-American game in San Antonio, giving the Tigers another boost to their 2018 recruiting class. The No. 1-ranked defensive back/safety in Louisiana, according to, had offers from Alabama, Florida State, Auburn, Florida and many other big-time schools. Joseph will snatches the 22nd spot in LSU's 2018 class. Schools are under a strict mandate this year: They cannot sign more than 25 players; 21 signed in the inaugural early period last month. Prospects have a second period to sign, beginning with the traditional signing day, which is Feb. 7. As a senior, Joseph led the Hornets to the Division I select semifinals. The Co-Defensive MVP of District 4-5A finished with 82 tackles, 9 tackles for loss and 3 interception. Joseph also was a prolific return specialist who averaged 44 yards per kickoff return and 36 yards per punt return with four returns for TDs. One of his TD returns gave Scotlandville a final-seconds win over Brother Martin in the Division I quarterfinals.