Vasha Hunt-USA TODAY Sports
Four-star defensive tackle Jalen Lee from Watson, Louisiana announced Thursday night that he is de-committing from LSU and reopening his recruitment.


Lee, a 6-4, 290-pound prospect from Live Oak HS originally committed to LSU back in June.

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

Comments

59 Comments
I know the guy’s brother, he said he’s most likely going to Bama.
Reply20 days
didn't jacquelin roy (luv the name) back off his commitment too, only to re-commit couple months down the road?
Reply20 days
This kid has offers from every big school except Clemson. He is good and will end up fine.
Reply22 days
if that's true, then why do you feel the need to defend him?
20 days
Has the Amite bag... err barber been making the drive to Watson?
Reply22 days
Trouble getting after the quarterback and a four-star defensive tackle is apparently being asked to look elsewhere. Good luck to that young man, I’m sure he’ll land on his feet somewhere respectable. But this better be because of Burch.
Reply22 days
We need Webb too
22 days
Three people wish him bad luck
22 days
Zzzzzzzzz. What matters is signing day. Take care of THAT business. Geaux Tigers
Reply22 days
Good Luck, young man! Hope you find your place in the sun, whether it be here in Baton Rouge or someplace else. Keep your eye on the prize...
Reply22 days
He’ll up being better than burch
Reply22 days
He’s young and wants to take first class trips to other schools around the nation. Have fun young man!
Reply22 days
Good luck young man, your future is bright. Don’t let the clowns on this board get you down- chase your dream.
Reply22 days
There are about 20 others in the class I’d rather process. But no one knows the real story.
Reply22 days
Burch
Reply22 days
BIG things coming
Reply22 days
This is only good news if a bigger fish has just hooked the line..
Reply22 days
for the poorly informed, please don't flame this young man......it was out of his control. best of luck to him!
Reply22 days
If he was asked to look elsewhere, why is it that we have to speculate on that? Why do both the kid and the school run with this “I’m re-opening my recruitment” story instead of just saying that the school didn’t have room for him?
Reply22 days
km
233
It's none of our business.
22 days
@km, that doesn’t make sense. Lee announced it so he made it everyone’s business. It’s not like we wouldn’t notice that he wasn’t on the roster next year. From his perspective, why make it sound like he flakes out when it was the school that revoked his offer?
22 days
It’s meant to be out of respect to the kid. You aren’t owed any information
22 days
Damn. I wish we had room.
Reply22 days
We should thank the young man for his strong desire to be part of this team (he wanted in) and wish him the best with his college career. The difficult part of bigger program success...
Reply22 days
Think Auburn
22 days
I have a feeling he'll be signing with the Tigers come next year. If there is anything that Coach O can close the deal on, it's defensive line. That's his bread and butter.
Reply22 days
gatta make room for Jordan Burch. Nothing personal to the kid
Reply22 days
But it's always personal when a kid choses to go elsewhere like Bama for instance.
22 days
Popular Stories
comments15

Photo: Ed Orgeron & Steve Ensminger Visited LSU QB Commit Max Johnson Wednesday

He is the son of former Super Bowl Champion QB Brad Johnson.
logoFollow TigerDroppings for LSU Football News
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates on LSU Football and Recruiting.

FacebookTwitterInstagram