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Four-star weakside defensive end Alec Bryant has decomitted from LSU and reopened his recruitment.

Bryant, a 6-3, 230-pound prospect from Pearland, Texas (Shadow Creek HS), made his announcement Sunday night on Twitter.

LSU has lost two four-star defenders this week as in-state defensive tackle Jalen Lee reopened his recruitment on Friday.

The Tigers now have 23 commitments for the class of 2020.

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33 Comments
No chest
Reply11 months
You realize that he was told to decommit by our coaching staff right??
11 months
Well....bye!!
Reply11 months
frick 'em both. Get on board or get left behind.
Reply11 months
I'll try to help here, they wanted to play for Lsu and we're told they couldn't. How does that prove they have no chest?
11 months
You’re so stupid
11 months
Incompetent! Yep, that should do it!
11 months
Sounds like they got processed
Reply11 months
Good luck to him! Too bad it didn't work out for him here. Too many wanting in.
Reply11 months
Cool time to get some good ones,glad coach O told them to look else where
Reply11 months
You would think a site called tigerdroppings would understand what's going on here
Reply11 months
processed, get ready for bigger fish yall
Reply11 months
All caps
Reply11 months
Guys give these kids a break, at this stage of the game these guys are being asked to look elsewhere. They are likely pretty bummed, go easy.
Reply11 months
Making room nothing to see here
Reply11 months
Weren't you just on the recruiting board asking why we were getting rid of him? Lol
11 months
I was asking why the others couldn’t just commit and fill there space. I didn’t act like I didn’t know what was happening.
11 months
He didn't say "respect my decision," so he most likely got processed.
Reply11 months
Processed
Reply11 months
Yep. Everyone who decomitts is processed. DELUSIONAL
11 months
He was processed. He recruited hard for Lau, so it sucks
11 months
It would be hard to love LSU if you’re a local kid dreaming to play at LSU, get offered, accept, then get told this late in the game to look elsewhere. The parent in me hates it for these kids but the tiger fan in me gets excited when 4 stars get processed
Reply11 months
It was time to tell a couple of them they need to look elsewhere for a couple positions of need or want to help for next season.
11 months
So, this is what the Bama processing line feels like.
Reply11 months
Wow, I hope we're not pulling more Travis Etienne's here....these "bigger fish" need to be told that they need to commit now or not have room later. Once we tell these guys who have already committed that we're cutting their offer and the "bigger fish" fall through down the road, we won't be able to get these people back who have committed early but have been dissed. Why can't these "better" recruits sign early and not hold teams hostage until signing day???
Reply11 months
I’m really not sure why you’re bringing up Etienne, he was never committed to LSU. Les never offered him. You should trust our coaching staff, the staff that is responsible for the #1 team in the country, to determine who we should sign. They wouldn’t tell players to decommit if they didn’t have better players ready to sign.
11 months
And exactly who would Etienne have put on the bench? Guice? Clyde? We had plenty of RBs. That was never a position LSU struggled with and truthfully Etienne was never committed to LSU and was looking to go out of state from the start.
11 months
So people really think we are "processing" four star defensive linemen?
Reply11 months
I was thinking same
11 months
Yeah i don’t think any team processes 4 star DLs
11 months
Fire Coach O. This is inexcusable.
Reply11 months
being sarcastic right?
11 months
I sure hope the guy replacing him is of equal or better talent. Good luck to all of these future star athletes in their pursuit of College FB and maybe beyond
Reply11 months
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