Two four-star prospects decommit from LSU on Saturday night
LSU’s 2018 recruiting efforts took a bit of a hit Saturday night as two prospects have decided to re-open their recruitment process and decommitted from the Tigers.
The first decommitment came from Top 75 prospect and four-star receiver Devonta Jason:
Opening Up My Recruitment And Exploring My Options I'm Officially Decommitted From LSU ❗️
— Whop (@TheRealWhop3) July 10, 2016
Jackson is rated as the No. 75 overall player in the nation and the No. 6 receiver according to 247Sports for 2018. The New Orleans native holds offers from Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi State and Ole Miss among others.
The second Tiger commit was four-star cornerback Corione Harris:
Harris is rated as the No. 273 overall prospect in the nation, the No. 29 cornerback and Louisiana’s No. 16 overall prospect in 2018, according to 247Sports. Another native of New Orleans, Harris has other offers from Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Mississippi State and Texas A&M.
Immediately after announcing their decommitments, both players quickly deleted their posts.