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Former LSU wide receiver commit Stephen Sullivan announced his top six schools via Twitter Monday night which includes five teams from the SEC.

Sullivan, a four-star prospect from Donaldsonville, LA recently decommitted from LSU back in mid August but still has the Tigers in his final schools.

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Here is what he had to say about Tigers, according to NOLA.com:
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Sullivan has been comfortable with LSU's offense in that regard, despite some critics suggesting coach Les Miles and company should pass more often.

"I understand their offense," Sullivan said. "They've got Leonard Fournette. He's a beast, and they've gotta feed him the ball. And Brandon Harris is a young quarterback, but I think he'll see more throws each game, so it's a good look."
For more info on Sullivan, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.
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19105 months
@MLCLyons:

It really tied the room together.
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WalkingTurtles105 months
Guy struggling with English, the word he wanted was "offered" not offer.
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lsuson105 months
If he comes, so be it. Won't hurt us either way.
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MLCLyons105 months
If he comes to LSU, he too might one day have a $10k custom rug.
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Look at the pro WRs each school has put out recently. Choice should be easy.
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mcpotiger105 months
The. I'm not getting enough attention announcement.
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Nix to Twillie105 months
"Bama - Where players go if they want to suck in the NFL"

I think high school players are starting to catch on. tDecline.
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Ponchy Tiger105 months
Ole miss
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TaderSalad105 months
@Hugo

Bama - Where players go if they want to suck in the NFL
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STRIPES105 months
LSU all the way. Just taking trips and having fun. I dont blame him.
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Hugo Stiglitz105 months
Bama lock
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