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Four-star running back TreVonte Citizen from Lake Charles, LA announced Sunday that he has de-committed from LSU and reopened his recruitment.


Citizen, a 6-0, 217-pound prospect from Lake Charles College Prep originally committed to LSU back in July choosing the Tigers over schools like Auburn, Texas, and Texas A&M.

He is rated the No. 2 running back in the country, according to Rivals.

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

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Brian Kelly coming to Get this train back on
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Track. Lol
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Don't blame him. Smart decision. Our program is a fricking train wreck and who the frick knows who our head coach is. Pretty good decision honestly.
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Smokescreen here. Smokescreen there. Bull shite. LSU fired Orgeron PUBLICLY approximately 2 months ago. Now supposedly Woody is tight lipped and secretive about his hire. Well if it’s so damn secret why tell the entire world you are looking by firing Orgeron in the middle of the season? Woodward could have very easily conducted a search quietly but instead had to Grandstand. So a so called “smokescreen” serves what purpose exactly. The best “Smokescreen” is to shut the fuk up. It seems to have worked for USC and Florida.
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If I'm not mistaken, you posted a few times that getting rid of O mid-season was the best thing LSU could do...
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Had Riley been named today, he probably still decommits. Everyone trying to connect all the dots and getting even more lost. The panic on this site today has been amusing, to say the least.
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Thanks Woodward. This is 100% on Woodward's inability to find a name coach that recruits will be excited about. This commit won't be the last to walk away. Woodward has managed to set the program back 5 years.
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Thought he was “solid” 3 weeks ago? Oh well
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Don’t blame the young man. Blame a program in disarray.
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Well go figure. I don’t blame the young lad. He committed under the leadership of Coach O. This young man sees uncertainty in his prospects at LSU. Maybe the AD can go and salvage this recruit. I doubt it. He can’t even get a firm commitment and make an announcement and bring stability to the program. So far, Woody gets an “F” for his handling of this situation.
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Kid is smart to keep options open depending who we hire.
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Price will return next season. He's our starter
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2 yard Ty is really a Fullback playing Running Back. Citizen is a Running Back. Woodward should have had a coach lined up but us standing there with his dick in his hands while other schools seem to understand the urgency of the situation. What a Clown.
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Rob, you clearly haven't been watching anything Ty has been doing over the second half of the season..
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Spect my pinion
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Hate that these kids have the ego that they have before they've even step foot on a college campus. Recruiting coverage is a pox on the sports world.
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You mean you hate the kid looking out for himself with the coaching turmoil?
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In this situation it is justified.
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From to reaction they get from grown men when they change their mind, why wouldn’t they think they are a big deal?
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Meaningless until signing signing day, commitments have become worthless
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Oh yeah respekk it
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That "respekk" spelling is racist code, whether you know/admit it or not
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Imagine being this soft "muh racist code" bwahahahaha
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