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University Lab junior point guard Skylar Mays anounced on Twitter this weekend that he has de-commited from LSU and will re-open his recruitment. Per Nola.com:
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Rivals.com highlighted Mays as one of its standout 2016 performers at the Nike Elite 100 Camp in St. Louis last week.

Mays, rated as a four-star prospect, said Vanderbilt and Tulsa have been in contact with him but he also reiterated that LSU is certainly not out of the picture by any means.
The 6-foot-3 point guard originally committed to LSU in February.
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I hope skylar becomes a tiger in the end, but if he doesn't really want to be a tiger, then he doesn't need to be one. Hats off to him for reopening his recruiting now instead of flipping at the very end...classy way to handle the situation.
Reply29 months
This is why I loosely follow recruiting.
Reply29 months
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