Kelvin Joseph, a four-star defensive back from Baton Rouge, La. announced Monday afternoon that he has de-committed from LSU.

He went public with his decision via Twitter and said that LSU remains his top school.


Joseph, a 6-1, 190-pound prospect from Scotlandville Magnet, is one of the top players in the country for 2018 and the No. 3 overall player from the state of Louisiana, according to Rivals and 247Sports. He originally committed to LSU in February of 2016.

For more info on Joseph, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.
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18 Comments
Way to go fans.
Reply8 months
He gone
Reply9 months
Aren't our fans just the best?
Reply9 months
This is a fan problem and not a coach problem? Hell, if O and company could even be competitive, people wouldn't be acting like this. But, when you completely shite the bed and lose to Ms. St. and Troy and almost to Syracuse, commits will see through it. They're not stupid, you know? They can see the incompetence.
9 months
Not a bad thing. We have plenty of db's. We need beef in the trenches, and lots of it. Coach Raymond already has a stable of talent at DBU.
Reply9 months
It's not great we lost him but we can lose him at that position as long as a position of need is filled with his scholarship. But you are right he is replaceable. He is very good but he is not Leonard Fournette at his position.
9 months
So everyone that downvoted thinks we need db's more than linemen? Amazing!
9 months
Best of luck to you. More room for lineman
Reply9 months
LSU is about to enter another era of being lost in the desert...but O is such a character...it won't be so bad.
Reply9 months
We still have time to make some good impressions. Lot of football left.
Reply9 months
Alabama is about to have the greatest recruiting class of all time if we keep this up.
Reply9 months
About to? They've already had several in a row. Do you not keep up with recruiting?
9 months
cool.
Reply9 months
Hopes and prayers answered...we can now get some juco talent in to fill that spot. Well done guys!
Reply9 months
I respect the kid's decision. He needs to figure out if he truly wants to be at LSU regardless how this season unfolds.
Reply9 months
And so it begins
Reply9 months
Spot on... the recruits will fall like dominos with every loss, and there will be plenty
9 months
Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Reply9 months
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