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Just nine days after switching his verbal pledge from UCLA to LSU, 2018 running back AJ Carter has de-committed from the Tigers and has re-committed to the Bruins.

Carter, a three-star prospect from Many, LA announced his decision via Twitter Wednesday afternoon:


LSU now has 21 verbal commitments for the class of 2018 with the departure of Carter.

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66 Comments
Just because AJ changed his commitment does mean he is all down hill AJ CARTER is one of the best running back in nation he's very underated way better than 3star that's just a opinion anyway the young made his own decision to play else were and education is more important anyway just believe AJ Carter will be a star on next level. So hold all the negative talk and watch the young man on the field .. He was LSU best RB recurit in class of 2018 over 2000yds rushing and 40 rushing TD name one better in class of 2018.. the young is going to have a bright future were every he decides to go School SEC or PAC 12 the young gone shine....
Reply15 months
Laughable that the quality of education at UCLA is gonna help this kid....no stars for brains
Reply16 months
So no quality education available at UCLA? Your comment is laughable.
16 months
The spirit of the word *Commitment* has become meaningless IRL. People that can not commit and back it up, probably aren't good for a Team.
Reply16 months
The spirit of the word *Commitment* has become meaningless IRL. People that can not commit and back it up, probably aren't good for a Team.
Reply16 months
He knows playing time much easier to come by at UCLA
Reply16 months
Kid has to be a flake...flip-flopping back and forth. He'll fit good in California...the land of fruits and nuts!
Reply16 months
UCLA blows almost any public university out of the water. Perhaps the 40 over 4 comment.
16 months
Lol at all the butt hurt over a 3 *.
Reply16 months
I coach against him, he's in our district - he's no 3 star - dude is as good as I have ever seen.
16 months
Guess he got scared by the competition at RB at LSU. See ya!
Reply16 months
This kid is arrogant. I understand that this is a very important dicision and should be given a lot of thought before,making it. Bit this guy's flip flopping is getting ridiculous. If he keeps flipping, he might find himself not player for either of them. I don't think he was going to get any real,playing time in LSU anyway.
Reply16 months
Lol this is football, not flip-ball.
Reply16 months
lol enjoy being a cellar dweller in the PAC 10
Reply16 months
LOL
Reply16 months
If he changes his mind like this, he'll never get out of the backfield.
Reply16 months
Ahahahaha O is such a joke. JHC Why are we sitting back and letting LSU return to the dark ages of 1960-2001?
Reply16 months
playing in front of 12,000 fans will be awesome
Reply16 months
LINK Probably a good thing. Only chatter I could find on this from the UCLA side is still a few comments on him leaving UCLA (i.e., 'probably going to a school with an actual offensive line', 'OK'...). Man, what a different atmosphere... No, I don't troll UCLA sites - had a moment between meetings and thought I'd glance...
Reply16 months
How about you work for living and stop worrying about what a HS kid is doing
16 months
They need to quit calling these teenager decisions 'commitments'.
Reply16 months
Should call them "inclinations" all the way up to signing day.
16 months
Seriously. They need another formal status for it so that everyone is on the same page as to what the action is.
16 months
Best he figured it out now and not in February
Reply16 months
Why does everyone post statements on iPhones?
Reply16 months
Good to have avoided such a solid decision maker
Reply16 months
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