LSU loses pledge from Louisiana wide receiver, 2nd decommitment of day
An eventful Tuesday night for LSU football continues with a second decommitment.
Green Oaks wide receiver and future all-name team nominee Decoldest Crawford announced that he has backed off his pledge to the Tigers.
After Careful Consideration and long talks with family , I would like to reopen my recruitment,and De-commit from LSU. Thanks !! 💪🏾
— Decoldest Crawford 2️⃣ (@Yrncold) December 8, 2021
A Shreveport native, Crawford is listed at 6-1, 178 pounds and rated 3-stars, the No. 17 Louisiana product, No. 60 wide receiver and No. 418 prospect overall nationally in the class of 2022 on the 247Sports Composite. Crawford pledged to LSU back on Oct. 26, 2019. Since then, he has picked up scholarship offers from Ole Miss, Arkansas, Mizzou and others. Nebraska is the latest program to show interest in Crawford, offering him Tuesday.
Crawford’s announcement follows Jake Johnson’s decommitment earlier Tuesday evening. Max Johnson and Deion Smith also announced plans to enter the transfer portal on Tuesday.