Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY Sports
Update: Daylon Mack has LSU in his top 2.


Five star defensive end and LSU target Daylon Mack has decommited from Texas A&M. He announced the news via twitter Friday:

Mack, a 6'1", 330-pounds prospect from Gladewater, TX originally committed to the Aggies back in the fall of 2013. He is rated as the No. 3 overall player in the state of Texas and the 4th best defensive tackle in the country.

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15 Comments
6'1"? We'll convert him into a FB.
Reply81 months
I think Mack can be part of a special team at LSU and seriously contend if we get some of juniors to stay.
Reply81 months
If he goes to Austin will be the biggest regret of his life.
Reply81 months
1/2 Boom!
Reply81 months
Want
Reply81 months
The MadeMan, you're a sad excuse for a human being. Give us all a nice Christmas gift by going away and rooting for some other program.
Reply81 months
too bad he's coming to austin..
Reply81 months
Classy move. The Me Truck is all over the road. Where ever he ends up.. It will be all about him.
Reply81 months
"Geaux to LSU and win a Natty! There's no place like Tiger Stadium on a Saturday night!"

At least the 2nd statement is true
Reply81 months
Oh snap!
Insert "can't wait!" gif
Reply81 months
Daylon Mack is no longer Tiger bait!
Reply81 months
Hey Mack! Geaux to LSU and win a Natty! There's no place like Tiger Stadium on a Saturday night!
Reply81 months
WOOT there it is.
Reply81 months
:bananas:
Reply81 months
ITS HAPPENING
Reply81 months
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