Elite four-star safety Nadab Joseph from Miami, FL announced Wednesday afternoon that he has de-committed from LSU and has reopened his recruitment.


The 6-3, 180-pound safety from Miami, FL (Edison HS) is rated the No. 16 safety in the country and the No. 49 overall player from the state of Florida for the class of 2018, according to ESPN.

Joseph gave his commitment to LSU last June when Les Miles was still the head coach. He holds offers from nine different SEC schools.


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

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Sad!
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Better work on your autograph game if you plan to go to bama or ohio state....
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C3W
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Kids...
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they'll always be another one to step up at DBU
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Clearly doesn't know what "commit" means
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LOL
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If football doesn't work out, he's got a future as a doctor.
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Looks like he signed it on an etch a sketch
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Seriously. I was thinking finger on ipad, or mouse in paint. But, it's so third grader it really looks like etch-a-sketch. Good call.
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Safety position is loaded for years to come... Good luck young man
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Opens a spot up for another 3*.
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I was thinking he had one too many stars attached to his name to goto Orgeron. But, you prolly put it better.
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no fricks
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No chest and probably winds up Tiger Bait.
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Kinda saw it coming, we are loaded at safety plus we moved the number 1 safety in the country to wide receiver. Good Luck Nadab
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His handwriting look like that game VIRTUAL REALITY PICTIONARY from Jimmy Fallon.
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Is it because Stevens became a WR?
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So he wasn't "committed"
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All these guys need to Google "commit".
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It's way early. He "committed" early and is now wavering. I'm not gonna sweat any player. If he wants to be at LSU, he can be. If not, so be it and best of luck to you. Long way to February.
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yes, he can be at LSU....unless someone else takes his scholarship in the meantime.
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No biggie next man up
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Man, his kids will never get away with forging his signature for school stuff.
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