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by TD Staff ReporterJuly 11, 2016
Four-star prospects Devonta Jason and Corione Harris from Landry-Walker in New Orleans, La both announced over the weekend that they have decommitted from LSU. Per NOLA.com:
quote:These recent decommitments leaves LSU with just 3 commits for the class of 2018.
Jason, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound wide receiver stated that he just "wants to see other schools" and that he committed too early and wants to "enjoy my recruiting process."
Harris, a 6-foot, 165-pound cornerback, has not given a statement, but the two teammates are also best friends, so it's not a surprise they made their decision together.
Filed Under: LSU Football Recruiting
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