Henrietta Wildsmith/The Times / USA TODAY NETWORK
Four-star wide receiver Omarion Miller from Vivian, LA announced his de-commitment from LSU on Sunday afternoon.

Miller, a 6-2, 190-pound prospect from North Caddo HS was LSU's first commitment for the 2023 class when he gave his verbal pledge to the Tigers last August.


For more info on Miller visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.
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mla010024 months
In other words, I'm going to compare NIL monies from other schools.
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Spankum25 months
Omicron, go ahead and enjoy the recruiting process. Hopefully, if you decide to attend LSU there will be a preferred walk-on spot left for you.
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Michael T. Tiger25 months
Just slap an NFL shield on this professional development league already. Universities have only themselves to blame for what they have become.
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aTmTexas Dillo25 months
I figured it had to be Bama.
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TigerCoon25 months
O, marion. Why you wan be like dat.
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TouchdownTony25 months
This shows you whats really going on. GOnna check out who offers more NIL.
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Geaux Guy25 months
I'll take the dude behind him.
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Timeoday25 months
What is his 40 yard dash time?
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porge710625 months
Highest bidder!!
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CanebreakCajun25 months
When does quidditch season start?
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RazzleDazzle25 months
frick him
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ForTheWin8125 months
He committed very early and probably wants to enjoy his process, NW La has been good to LSU despite years where NW La didnt seem a priority to LSU, Prude, Tre, Mo, Marshall, D. Cotton, Ardarius was told to look around, Baskerville, Greedy, Devin. Rashard, Campbell, Cam Lewis etc and soon Heard. Devin flirted heavily with Bama til the very end,some of S Louisiana "true bloods" like 'Bayou bred' need to check your selves. Only C Rob, Devall, Mathis and Law whos still a ? come to mind from the past several years. I bet Omarion ends up a tiger, i doubt he chooses Nebraska over LSU
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rob6225 months
This bullschit again? LSU sure has had a ton of kids from there for not prioritizing the Nw La area.
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Music_City_Tiger25 months
WTF di you just say?
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TNoon25 months
He was never committed. He had intentions. But wasn’t committed. No surprise.
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Bayoubred25 months
Can any good thing come out of North Caddo?
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Tobasco25 months
Nope. I’m from Bossier. Nuthin’ good north of Shreveport.
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Tiger on the Rag25 months
In the words of Hanks snow, I’m a move in on
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LSUmudman25 months
O Marion….what are we going to do?
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lovinLSU25 months
Get use to this.. this will happen more and more as the highest bidder wins.. just becuz you sign a 4 -5 star player one year doesn’t mean he will be here the next year.. the NIL is now college free agency.. they need to eliminate the word “ commitment”…
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atxfan25 months
My understanding was always that kids get a certain amount for unofficials and then a greater amount for official visits. In the non-NIL era at least, and for the highly touted guys. Also that they need to be uncommitted to get the $. I'm going to assume that this is the case here. Long way to go for the final offers and signature.
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LSUMANINVA25 months
Calling them commitments is the first that should change.
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kciDAtaE25 months
Yeap. I don’t blame the kid. I blame the system. The system that explained what “commitment” means
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moontigr25 months
He's a Mickey Joseph kid, and he's visiting Nebraska this weekend. Doesn't take a genius to figure this one out.
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