Three star defensive tackle Jordan Berry from Harbor City, California (Narbonne HS) announced Thursday night that he has decommitted from LSU and has reopened his recruitment.

Berry previously committed to LSU back on Febuary 16. His departure leaves LSU with 21 verbal commits for the class of 2020.

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that’s a LONG way from home to redshirt a year and then play backup for 2 more. I don’t blame him.
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No need to bash the kid. For all we know, he was encouraged to look elsewhere. Whether this was his choice or not, he won't be a Tiger.
Reply6 days
Respec muh decishin
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So do we respect his decision?
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The language he used is perfect. Respect my decision makes my eyes burn.
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The language he used is perfect. Respect my decision makes my eyes burn.
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Best of luck, JB
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California guys rarely come to Louisiana.
Reply6 days
When will people learn that "apart" and "a part" have TOTALLY different meanings?
Reply6 days
Hopefully when they realize that alot is not a word at all.
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When will people learn that "apart" and "a part" have TOTALLY different meanings?
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Respek
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We don’t need 500 DTs anyway
Reply6 days
They give out around 200 offers and only accept around 25! This was probably not the kids decision!
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it’s like the harvard admissions office. for d linemen.
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He needs to reopen the charger on his phone.
Reply6 days
Good luck
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Best of luck big fella. Disregard the haters and enjoy the rest of your recruitment and get that degree. Geaux Tigers!
Reply7 days
AKA, Orgeron told this kid to look elsewhere.
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California football soft!!!!
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He's making a little room on that roster.
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Berry was talked about being processed for over 2 months now. It was only a matter of time. Bring on Donell Harris, Webb Gillory etc...!!!
Reply7 days
Bigger fish to catch!
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Make room for an O-lineman
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