Elite 2019 five-star offensive tackle Kenyon Green announced Monday night that he has de-committed from LSU and has reopened his recruitment.

The 6-5, 315-pound prospect from Humble, TX (Atascocita) originally committed to LSU back in December of 2016. He is the No. 2 overall offensive tackle in the country for the class of 2019, according to 247Sports.


LSU now has six verbal commitments for the class of 2019 with the departure of Green.

For more info on Green, visit his profile page on our 2019 Recruiting Tracker.
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48 Comments
So not surprising
Reply41 months
Is there any recruits anymore that don't do this?
Reply41 months
this entire process has become a dog and pony show and we are so not a amused.
Reply41 months
You sir are a douche. You are committed to a great university that needs lineman and you bail, wish we’d tell him to piss off and any other kids who do this....if and if we didn’t need them.
Reply41 months
Everyone here knows who the douche is and it is you sir.
41 months
Saban gave him a Corvette
Reply41 months
Better be a truck or Hummer, that boy can't fit in a 'Vette!
41 months
When you are a big time D1 recruit (in any sport) all sorts of options become available for you. With so many coaching moves recently, some or one of them may have opened his eyes to the possibility of him having a great opportunity somewhere else. That doesn’t mean he won’t end up at LSU. Some of you seem like you’re trying hard to change his love for the school also. It’s not very smart to call someone names when they could end up at LSU and being a great player.
Reply41 months
Is it common for these cats to decommit only to actually sign with LSU? Serious question.
41 months
Sometimes people decommit and then end up commiting again. Is it common? Probably not. That’s really irrelevant to whether or not people should bash a recruit over a year before signing day.
41 months
Why even bother reporting when a kid commits two years in advance. This show is a joke. Let us know what he is doing next summer; until then it’s just nothing. Hopefully this early signing period will put the advantage back with the schools and force the kids to quit playing the games.
Reply41 months
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No shit
41 months
Continue to recruit Geen hard!Let him get to know the new OL coach all is not lost.
Reply41 months
Hold this mis-spelling Tiger! We can fix his English. Oh wait 2019???? Jeez
Reply41 months
No problem with that...go out and see what the world has to offer. when you are done, come back and play for LSU...
Reply41 months
Why do they always write it on their iPhone note app?
Reply41 months
What would you prefer they write it on? Note app is instant digital transfer.
41 months
They do it so they can tweet a message that contains more than 140 characters. It just happens to be a screenshot of the message.
41 months
Tough crowd here. No opinions are allowed
Reply41 months
It’s interesting that you seem to pop up when you have a chance to be negative about something related to a recruit. If you actually cared about the program and getting good recruits then you wouldn’t be calling a high school kid a douche just because he isn’t committed anymore. Your posts on here are highly suspicious and seem to be more than just giving your opinion. You seem to be trying really hard to convince people you’re a “Tigerfan” and trying really hard to piss recruits off at the same time.
41 months
I'am upset about this
Reply41 months
No chest
Reply41 months
Just an elite recruit seeing the world. That said, let’s give zero credibility to this early commit bull shite. Beyond a year out.....zero.
Reply41 months
Kids today have zero clue what the word "commitment" means. I don't give two shits about a 2019 recruit until next year, and I don't care about a 2018 commitment until the LOI is in.
41 months
Coming to OU.
Reply41 months
sob cant spell..would probably flunk out anyways
Reply41 months
Dang. I thought the offensive linemen are typically the smartest players out there.
Reply41 months
O means NO
Reply41 months
Thanks to the early signing day LSU finds this out now and not the day he pulls a hat out of the bag on ESPN in Feb.
Reply41 months
Or like a whole year in advance?
41 months
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