Four-star outside linebacker commit Raesjon Davis announced Monday that he has reopened his recruitment after not signing with the Tigers last week.

Davis, a 6-1, 210-pound prospect from Santa Ana, CA (Mater Dei HS) originally committed to LSU back on Jan. 1, 2020. Many are now expecting the Top-50 prospect to stay close to home and sign with Southern Cal.


For more info on Daivs, visit his profile page on our 2021 Recruiting Tracker.

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36 Comments
Who would go to USC to play CFB, the place is a dumpster-fire with Clay Helton as their coach. They had to come from behind against AZ, AZ St. and UCLA and lost to Oregon (the replacement team for Division Champ Washington). Let he and Korey Foreman go to USC and never be heard from again!
Reply2 months
I am just glad we didn’t waste a scholarship on him. Now we can use it for some other recruit that actually want to be here.
Reply2 months
Navonteque Strong is a major upgrade from this guy so he just did us a favor by de-committing. Plus We need the spot for OL's. Plus 6'1, 210..really? this guy hasnt grown since he committed to lsu 2-3 yrs ago...
Reply2 months
This dude was only coming to LSU cuz of the DC. LSU still wins.
Reply2 months
Has Cali high school had a season yet or is it in the spring?
Reply2 months
Thank God, I was having trouble trying to figure out how to pronounce Raesjon.
Reply2 months
LSU committed to Bo so we are not any better than these change their mind kids !
Reply2 months
You serious timm? I understand the sentiment and tend to agree, but this situation is completely different. Bo had his chance and blew it!
2 months
GFY
Reply2 months
What does "Commit" mean again? Is that like Halley's Commit??
Reply2 months
It means I am committed until I’m not. Lol.
2 months
Hate to hear this, LB is a position of need right now!
Reply2 months
These kids today are weak.
Reply2 months
Meh.
Reply2 months
shocker
Reply2 months
Oh well. The kids who do this kind of stuff are the same ones who will transfer the first time something doesn't go their way. If these new transfer rules are approved, as expected, it's going to be more important than ever to have guys who truly care about LSU.
Reply2 months
Yup
2 months
Couldn’t agree more. If you are only committed to a “winning team” rather than a program, maybe you should re-think about your stage of your commitment cuz wins come and go, but program stays forever.
2 months
No chest
Reply2 months
he was probably in that group text with all the recruits
Reply2 months
GOAT Recruiter Coach 0
Reply2 months
Not surprising when his head coach actively recruits for USC.
Reply2 months
Well.....bye!!
Reply2 months
Seems to be a trend.
Reply2 months
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