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Four-star JUCO wide receiver Stephen Guidry announced Sunday that he has de-committed for LSU.

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The 6-4, 190-pound receiver from Morganza, LA committed to the LSU during the Bayou Picnic recruiting event back in May.

Guidry graduated from Pointe Coupee Central High School in 2014 and enrolled at Hinds Community College in Raymond, MS. He has played at Hinds for the past two season.

The Tigers currently have two four-star wide receivers committed for the class of 2017 in Jhamon Ausbon and Mannie Netherly.

For more info on Guidry, visit his profile page on our 2017 Recruiting Tracker.
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splashndash93 months
Your loss my friend.
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allsports3493 months
Stephen, you committed when we did not even throw the ball, you committed when we ran toss dive 90% of the time...This thing is evolving and explosive offense is coming in...Get on board kid....Play where your friends and family can come see you every weekend...Do you know what it's gonna be like to walk down Victory Hill before a game and see your classmates from school, your friends and most of all your whole family....Don't count us out my man!!
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El Campo Tiger93 months
I used to fish Old River back in the day. Never had any luck. Haven't been back to Morganza since.
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Placebeaux93 months
Any homegrown talent leaving the state is a loss. Louisiana kids first. One state. One Heartbeat.
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rob6293 months
LSU has to gets things figured out about coaches and then things will fall into place. If we lose a few kids then so be it but LSU is stocked with talent and will be just fine.
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Bestbank Tiger93 months
Makes sense. Uncertainty... He doesn't know who the coach will be next year which means he doesn't know what offensive system will be in place. That will be settled well before signing day.
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BTRtoIAH93 months
Wait... Let me get this straight. A WR de commits over coaching. Has he been watching LSU? Better yet did he watch the Mizzou game? Gage caught a pass. For Christs sake LSU hasn't used a WR since Juice and OBJ which was an abberation under Miles. You want to catch or block?
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jayboy50493 months
This x 1000
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xGeauxLSUx93 months
PEACE!
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YellaPurp93 months
I know the kid & his people, he's not worth the trouble. Trust me. Also he went to Livonia High School.
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Harry Caray93 months
Y'all really can't fault the guy for this, and LSU is still his top pick. Let the kid do him, this is a huge decision for him.
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rsbd93 months
But but but, all the passing with cam and miles
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emanresu93 months
Why does a coaching change make him have to "think about his family" now? Nonsensical.
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shel31193 months
What in the world...
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Jenar Boy93 months
Bye Felicia
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themunch93 months
good luck man... reconsider
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jpainter617493 months
See ya
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Breauxsif93 months
Not a big loss. There's tons other options we'll get.
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jonboy93 months
Didn't this guy commit & then tweet a top 10 schools list a few months later?
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rob6293 months
Yes
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nola00093 months
WTF Guidry? Did you watch the Mizzou game? With the new coaching staff youll actually get to "receive" some passes. Unless youre ok playing wide offense tackle.
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LSU_Saints_Hornets93 months
"go tigers"?! He gone
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mardigrarita93 months
He obviously can't spell.
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Mouche33793 months
He still coming. He just wants to gets some visits in. LSU is still his top school. He said so. He'll be signing up to be a Tiger on NSD. And if not, we got two 4 stars to replaced him. I'm pretty sure LSU will be just fine without him.
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