LSU lost a commitment from 3-star DT Jamarcus Chatman on Sunday.
The Rome (Ga.) product announced he was re-opening his recruitment in a note posted to his Twitter account.
Chatman originally committed to LSU on April 22 along with two Rome teammates, 4-star OLB Adam Anderson and 3-star SDE Jaquon Griffin. Without Chatman, LSU’s loaded class dips from 19 to 18 commitments.
The Peach State prospect should have plenty of options moving forward. Chatman has an impressive 58 scholarship offers, including Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, South Carolina and Tennessee. One SEC team yet to offer also figures prominently in the mix.
— Brandon Sudge (@brandonsudge) June 18, 2017
Chatman, who measures 6-foot-2, 267 pounds, is rated the No. 31 defensive tackle and No. 42 Georgia recruit in the class of 2018. His highlights can be viewed below: