Multiple sources are reporting that 5-Star defensive tackle Edwin Alexander has decomitted from LSU for the class of 2016.
Alexander is 6-3, 280-pounds and is from Hammond, LA (St. Thomas Aquinas). He was LSU's first commitment for the 2016 class. He will now re-open his recruiting process.

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Bama lock
Reply88 months
"I don't blame the guy. He committed too early. No need to cheat himself out of the experience of being recruited by schools across the nation. That's an experience that he will never forget."

A commitment doesn't stop that process. Dylan Moses is a perfect example.
Reply92 months
I don't blame the guy. He committed too early. No need to cheat himself out of the experience of being recruited by schools across the nation. That's an experience that he will never forget.
Reply92 months
I think we've all learned by now that no one is a lock until he signs the paper
Reply92 months
lmao hes a lock stop worrying
Reply92 months
Ill bite my tongue...
Reply92 months
2016...who cares.
Reply92 months
He hasn't left. Wants to look around a little, enjoy the process, before signing with LSU
Reply92 months
Kids going to be kids.
Reply92 months
Well that royally sucks. Still time to bring him back though.
Reply92 months
#Hail State
Reply92 months
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