LSU suffers decommitment from top 40 player at his position
A top 40 defensive tackle prospect with several SEC offers has dealt LSU a blow as he announced his decommitment from the Tigers on Tuesday.
Anthony Hundley of Bradenton, Florida (IMG Academy) announced that he’s decommitted from LSU after he was an early member of the 2021 class. The 3-star prospect is listed at 6-foot-3, 270-pound and is the No. 37 overall defensive tackle in the nation and No. 83 overall prospect in Florida.
Michigan, South Carolina, Tennessee and others offered since Hundley made his commitment to LSU. Hundley overall has a reported 17 offers. Hundley committed to LSU about a year ago, and was the third member of the LSU recruiting class at the time.
“I would like to thank Coach Orgeron, Coach Bill Johnson and the entire LSU staff for their recruitment of me in this process, however, at this time I have decided to reopen my recruitment and De-commit from LSU,” Hundley wrote in the tweet. “I want to make sure I find the place that is best for me, somewhere I can call home. I will be taking the next couple weeks to make this decision and will be graduating and enrolling early. I’m open to everywhere…”
Without Hundley, LSU’s recruiting class sits at No. 3 nationally and No. 2 in the SEC behind Alabama.
Here are his highlights from Hudl: