Multiple sources are reporting that four-star 2018 athlete Justin Watkins has decommitted from LSU.

Watkins, a 6-0, 157-pound prospect from Ocala, FL (North Marion) originally committed to LSU last April.


For more info on Watkins, visit his profile page on our 2018 Recruiting Tracker.

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"He said he decommitted because of the Edwards comments about the football program."

Well when the program is still blowin and goin in 2018 that will pretty much tell him who the bafoon really is and teach him not to listen to politicians.
Reply23 months
so....its 2018....
Reply23 months
To much comp at DBU
Reply23 months
We'll see you again down the road.
Reply23 months
Not a big deal at this point in the least. He committed too soon anyway. Probably will change his mind a hundred times before finally deciding anyway. He's really just a baby right now.
Reply23 months
157 lbs. Football would knock him over.
Reply23 months
He said he decommitted because of the Edwards comments about the football program.
Reply23 months
I say once a kid decommitts.......well bye! Go recruit another kid that wants to be a LSU Tiger!
Reply23 months
These kids treat college commitments like Americans treat marriage.
Reply23 months
He is for the class of 2018. There really is no reason for the 2018 class should be committed in the first place,
Reply23 months
With the way these kids so nonchalantly commit and decommit, any commitment is utterly meaningless.
Reply23 months
Bye
Reply23 months
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