Four-star 2017 LSU quarterback target Lowell Narcisse announced Tuesday that he has decommitted from Auburn.

Narcisse, a 6-2, 200-pound dual threat prospect from Saint James, LA (Saint James HS) gave his verbal commit to Auburn back in July but announced his decommitment via Twitter on Tuesday. Per NOLA.com:
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"After praying and talking with my family I've decided to decommit from Auburn. I think I rushed and made a premature decision. I still plan to communicate and nurture a relationship with them. But at this time I will open my recruitment back up. My main goal now is to continue to get my health better and be a leader and role model to my team."
For more info on Narcisse, visit his profile page on our 2017 Recruiting Tracker.

Comments

13 Comments
Please, no more "dual threat" QB's. The Deshaun Watson's and Cam Newton's of the world are very few and far between.
Reply69 months
Dual threat you say? sound perfect for Les Miles to turn into a pocket passer pro style offense QB
Reply69 months
He's way too close to his mother - no way does he leave the state
Reply69 months
Good athlete but I don't think QB is his long-term position. He is way too inconsistent a passer and hasn't displayed very good field vision.
Reply69 months
Hopefully recruits don't judge the team and university by how counterproductive some of the LSU "fans" sound over social media.
Reply69 months
MOAR DUAL THREAT
Reply69 months
If you want to be a role model, you can start by following through on committments........
Reply69 months
Two years ahead of time is way too early to commit to anybody.
Reply69 months
The one game I saw him play he appeared raw as a SEC QB prospect...but quite the athlete
Reply69 months
Another dual threat quarterback for a pro-style offense? It has worked so well so far.
Reply69 months
Boom we trending towards a couple NC indeed need local high school stars to hop on board geaux tigers!
Reply69 months
Lowell sees what is building at LSU. He's no dummy.
Reply69 months
heh heh heh heh... he said nurture.
Reply69 months
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