The commitments keep on coming for the Bradley Beal Elite Class of 2024 as Landren Blocker gave a verbal commitment on Friday to play at the next level for Louisiana Tech.

Landren, whose older brother Layden plays at the University of Arkansas, was highly recruited. after a breakout summer with BBE last summer and a stellar junior season at Little Rock Christian Academy.

Landren earned Arkansas State Tournament MVP honors while leading LRCA to a state title this past spring with a 32-point effort in the championship game.

Offers poured in from powerhouses Ole Miss, Memphis, TCU, Texas A&M, Missouri among others, and yes, even a chance to play with his brother at Arkansas. But after receiving an offer from Louisiana Tech in May and building a relationship with coach Talvin Hester, Landren narrowed his focus and eventually decided he belonged with the Dunkin’ Dogs.

“I would like to thank all the coaches who recruited me and offered me an opportunity to be a part of their program,” Landren said. “After building a relationship with Coach Hester and his staff, I will be committing to Louisiana Tech University. Go Bulldogs.”

Landren also used his statement to thank family, friends and coaches, including his BBE Family.

“I would like to thank the Brad Beal Elite Family, especially Brad Beal himself and program director Tim Holloway for mentoring me and motivating me these past two years.”