Class of 2021 four-star weakside defensive end Landyn Watson announced Tuesday night that he has decommitted from LSU and is reopening his recruitment.

Watson said that he made his decision to commit too early in his recruitment but that the Tigers remain a "top priority."

The 6-3, 240-pound prospect from Hutto, Texas, committed to LSU back in July of 2019.


Watson is rated the No. 11 weakside defensive end in the country for the class of 2021, according to Rivals.

For more info on Watson, visit his profile page on our 2021 Recruiting Tracker.

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Snooze you lose. LSU ain't waiting on anybody but presumed first rounders.
Reply11 months
That’s not how recruiting works lol
11 months
Bae Bae,...”Release Dat Tiger!”
Reply11 months
Long way to go for 2021. If he comes back, great. If not, there will be others to take.
Reply11 months
Have fun traveling, kid. Do it up and come back home, assuming a stud hasn't taken your scholly.
Reply11 months
And so it begins.
Reply11 months
Kids are bandwagon fans themselves. they all want to play for the #1 team and will “follow the leader” until NSD gets closer
Reply11 months
We are 11-0 during Aggie week and this is the main headline?
Reply11 months
Bama Lock
Reply11 months
That ship has sailed! Those days are over!
11 months
"I have nothing but love for LSU". Decommits. Something doesn't add up here.
Reply11 months
Maybe he likes being flown around and getting pampered?
11 months
Commitments are meaningless!
Reply11 months
Baw gonna get processed
Reply11 months
Travel ball lock
Reply11 months
Hope LSU still has a spot for him when the time comes.
Reply11 months
I don't
11 months
why keep giving this BS air time....
Reply11 months
Someone wants another 15 minutes of fame.
Reply11 months
Lol the decline for lsu is happening quickly.
Reply11 months
Wow...so sick of hearing about young athletes who know so little about what the word "commitment" actually means. They shouldn't be able to even say they're committing until it gets within 6 months or so.
Reply11 months
You can see why marriages are failing to such a high degree these days...no one knows what commitment means any more.
Reply11 months
never seen a program get to #1, have a heisman candidate at QB and lose 3 commits within 2 weeks. Very odd.
Reply11 months
:omgwhocares:
11 months
It sucks, but this opens up more room for better recruits that want to be at LSU
Reply11 months
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