Four-star safety Bryan Allen Jr. announced Thursday that he has de-committed from LSU's 2022 class and is reopening his recruitment.

The Aledo, Texas native originally committed to the Tigers back in April over Texas A&M, Florida, Oklahoma, Texas, USC, and many other schools.

His departure leaves the Tigers with seven verbal commits for the class of 2022.


For more info on Allen Jr., visit his profile page on our 2022 Recruiting Tracker.

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51 Comments
Release that Tiger.
Reply3 months
Especially if he has no chest.
3 months
Only a matter of time that U(Texas) ends up like U(Tennessee)....... You know McDonald's bags of cash!
Reply3 months
Thought they were in Whataburger country.
3 months
Jesus. Why do they commit at all? This has become a farce.
Reply3 months
Verbal commitments are useless!
Reply3 months
I don’t care till they sign on the dotted line
Reply3 months
Deke
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I am going to just quit paying attention to commitments until they actually sign. This is just a joke with these kids.
Reply3 months
Even when they sign they leave. See Gilbert
3 months
Agreed.......Uninformed kids making decisions based on in many cases, LOSER PARENTS!
3 months
He saw the depth chart.
Reply3 months
Bye
Reply3 months
No care
Reply3 months
Negative recruitment is at a fever pitch now that Sarkisian is in Austin. He's pulling the Saban playbook. But in fairness why would a defensive recruit feel confident in the clown show being unveiled in Baton Rouge vis a vis finding a defensive coordinator. You can stick your head in the sand all you want, but it doesn't look good. Actually looks unstable to recruits who have big time names in their ears talking shite about LSU.
Reply3 months
Maybe you should apply for the D Coordinator job.you are obviously far superior to the coach that led to the title a year ago.....
3 months
Well, Orgeron has 3 National Championship Rings from Miami as an assistant, USC as an assistant, and LSU as a head coach that say you are a dumbass.
3 months
Well.......bye.
Reply3 months
Don't need the life explanation. You're going back on your commitment. Got it. Good luck and hope you find success wherever you end up.
Reply3 months
The wheels are coming off with this program
Reply3 months
STFU
3 months
IDIOT....
3 months
He knows he’s not gonna even get in the field with the #1 and #2 safeties in the country sharing the same defensive backfield!
3 months
Maybe scared off by the competition or another recruit perhaps? We don’t want kids coming in and taking a spot, unless they have supreme confidence in their abilities and want to compete for championships. Otherwise, they’ll likely end up in the portal anyway.
Reply3 months
Boom!
Reply3 months
RESPECK HIS DECISION!
Reply3 months
I don’t know why anybody looks at this bull shite anymore. Until somebody shows up on campus and gets fitted for the pads, I don’t put any stock into a recruit being committed
Reply3 months
It's worse than that now with the transfer rule and the COVID opt out deal. They can show up, and even play some games and then decide - nah, I'm out. College football is waning.... sadly.
3 months
Coach O should go by once u decommit, it's over bye Felicia.
Reply3 months
Big ball is for big boys with big balls! If they look down, gather information and make an informed decision about what they want, it will eliminate their need to decommit! LSU is DBU! Big ballers, only!
Reply3 months
Frick aledo texas. Had a guy from last class from there flip to bama. Apparently a lot of their guys do this to a lot of teams. Stop crooting there.
Reply3 months
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