Four-star athlete Caden Sterns from Cibolo, TX announced Sunday that he has decommitted from LSU and has flipped his verbal pledge to Texas.


Sterns was Ed Orgeron's first commitment after being named the head coach at LSU.

The 6-1, 192 prospect from Steele High School is rated the No. 4 safety overall safety in the country for the class of 2018.

For more info on Sterns, visit his profile page on our 2018 Recruiting Tracker.

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36 Comments
See you in 2019 and 2020.
Reply13 months
Guess he watched the spring game and saw Grant Delpit too
Reply14 months
Good for him for standing up for his right to choose a lame school!
Reply14 months
Hey, in Texas....kisses are just as good as championships!
14 months
He's a solid prospect and glad to get the news now rather than later. Hopefully he keeps LSU on the radar because it'd be a great fit for both.
Reply14 months
if he wants to stay home, I have no problem with that...hats off to him for saying so now instead of the day before signing day.
Reply14 months
Assuredly...Texas showed him a glimpse of his competition at LSU. With the talent coming in, 'O' can't guarantee any position. If he wants playing time with his size/strength, probably made a very good decision and wish him the best.
Reply14 months
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He's not absolute in his decommitment. He could decide to recommit to L.S.U. after all we are a far superior CFB to Texas.
Reply14 months
This kid was looking for a way out. He saw the depth at Safety at LSU and started lookingaround. He says he was ironclad to lsu but was visiting TEXAS? Bye dude. Give your coach some sugar. lol.
Reply14 months
If the kid was looking for playin' time we are the logical choice. On the other hand, if you're looking to avoid collisions with big ole mean RB's then the Big 12 is the place for you.
14 months
This is not unexpected with Orgeron at the helm.
Reply14 months
Care to explain??
14 months
I too would like an explanation of this statement.
14 months
Shut your bitch mouth.
14 months
No big deal. We're loaded. He's from Texas. It's early. If we really need him next year, expect our staff to make a strong push to get him back. The process will work itself out.
Reply14 months
He don't have to tackle in the Little 13 - just chase. LSU Spring Game = $h!T got real = no playing time EVER.
Reply14 months
Yeah the SEC was probably gonna be too hard for him anyway.
Reply14 months
It absolutely sucks to see him decommit since I think he is a beast, but we have amazing depth at safety, so because of that, it isn't the end of the world.
Reply14 months
His LSU lean is and always will be appreciated. The talent displayed by the young LSU safeties (Delpit, Stevens, Harris, Lewis and Monroe) that he'd compete with probably had something to do with his decision. In either case, we wish him the best of luck.
Reply14 months
Prepubescent Asian boys have more chest than this kid.
Reply14 months
Herman doing work. As expected.
Reply14 months
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More like our depth chart doing work.
14 months
He'll be rated about the No.40 safety coming out of college and won't get drafted. Great decision kid.
Reply14 months
Dont let the door hit ya in the arse on the way out!!!
Reply14 months
Dont let the door hit ya in the arse on the way out!!!
Reply14 months
Idiot.
Reply14 months
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