Multiple sources are reporting that brothers Sione Teuhema and Maea Teuhema have de-committed from the University of Texas. Both brothers from Keller, TX (Keller) are expected to announce their new decision Wednesday at 8am CST. Per ESPN...

At this point, LSU appears to be the heavy favorite to land both Teuhema brothers. Sione, a three-star defensive end in the 2014 class, and Maea, a 2015 offensive guard, had been committed to Texas for eight months but decommitted following a surprise visit to Baton Rouge this weekend.
Hopefully we hear some good news from Sione tomorrow which could lead to Maea shutting down his recruitment completely once his brother signs this week.

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we didn't lose any body aint it great to be a tiger !
Reply46 months
Wow I like this DE...... Just as much as his brother! He may be a 3 star guy but he has some great awareness and will be great once he gets to LSUs S&C program. I love this guy.
Reply46 months
Sione Teuhema could be a big pull tomorrow! Even more so if we lose Clark.
Reply46 months
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