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Shockingly, a 15-year-old mega recruit's LSU commitment did not last

Tuesday, 04 August 2015 08:00 Written by
Dylan Moses, the unanimous No. 1 linebacker/running back 2017 recruit from Baton Rouge, has decommitted from LSU years after his verbal. "Wait, years?" you say. "If he's a 2017, that means he's about to be a high school junior. Does that mean he committed in like middle school?" Not only did LSU offer Moses in eighth grade, so did Alabama, Texas and others (everybody got pretty mad when Bama did it). At the moment,
Impact LSU football freshmen
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 07:24 Written by
August 4, 2015Impact LSU football freshmen Bryan Lazare TigerBait.com The LSU football team begins practice on Thursday, Aug. 6. The season-opener against McNeese State will take place 30 days later in Tiger Stadium. This is the last of a series looking at the five players in each class who can have the most impact on the upcoming season. ...More... To continue reading this article you must be a member. Sign Up Now!
Update: Four-star CB Trayvon Mullen lists FSU, LSU, Clemson as Top 3 schools
Monday, 03 August 2015 23:35 Written by
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, left, poses for a photo with FSU CB target Trayvon Mullen during Nike’s The Opening event in Oregon last month.(Photo: Trayvon Mullen’s Twitter account) 226 CONNECT 19 TWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE Four-star prospect Trayvon Mullen, the nation’s third-best cornerback ranked by 247Sports.com, listed Florida State among his Top 3 schools on Monday night. Over the weekend, Mullen’s mother and younger brother visited Tallahassee to
LSU Is Still School to Watch After 2017 5-Star LB Dylan Moses' Decommitment
Monday, 03 August 2015 19:51 Written by
The nation's top-ranked 2017 prospect is growing up in front of our very eyes. Unfortunately for LSU, his maturation process means the loss of a huge commitment—at least for the time being. Monday afternoon, linebacker Dylan Moses announced via social media that he has decommitted from LSU. Moses said he made the "very tough decision" after chatting with his parents and reassessing the definition of the word "commitment." This is a once in a lifetime
Rabalais: Catch your breath, LSU fans — Dylan Moses’ decommitment shouldn’t be a surprise, and he likely still ends up a Tiger
Monday, 03 August 2015 18:47 Written by
What exactly did you expect from Dylan Moses, the highly sought-after University High football star who decommitted Monday from LSU? What did you expect from someone who committed to LSU, at 15, nearly FOUR YEARS before he could sign a national letter of intent? What did you expect from the nation’s No. 1 prospect for 2017, that a coast-to-coast cast of college football powers were going to erase Moses’ name from their databases
LSU adds Tennessee-Chattanooga to 2017 football schedule
Monday, 03 August 2015 16:47 Written by
LSU has added University of Tennessee-Chattanooga to round out its 2017 football schedule, associate athletic director Verge Ausberry said Monday. The two teams will play Sept. 9 after LSU opens the season with against Brigham Young in the Advocare Kickoff Classic in Houston on Sept. 2. LSU will play its SEC opener on Sept. 16, followed by Syracuse Sept. 23 and Troy on Sept. 30. UTC is a Football Championship Subdivision school and will receive
No. 1 2017 recruit Dylan Moses decommits from LSU
Monday, 03 August 2015 16:38 Written by
Gerry Hamilton, ESPN Staff Writer CloseNational recruiting analyst More than a decade covering recruiting, nationally and in TexasFollow on Twitter0 Shares EmailPrint CommentDylan Moses, the No. 1-ranked prospect in the Class of 2017, has decommitted from LSU. Moses, a 6-foot-2, 225-pound, do-it-all talent, said in a tweet that he wanted to open his recruitment again and give other schools an opportunity. This is a once in a lifetime deal and I wanna live this process…
LSU loses No. 1 recruit in Class of 2017 (for now), but track record suggests Tigers win it back
Monday, 03 August 2015 16:09 Written by
When a recruit from a recruiting class two classes away commits from a school it is rarely much of a shock. This one is a little bit different. Dylan Moses, the nation’s top-rated recruit in the Class of 2017 and a Baton Rouge native, has decommitted from LSU. The top-ranked recruit from Baton Rouge backing away from LSU? That seems odd. Moses took to Twitter to explain the decision he and his family came
Hyped 2017 recruit Dylan Moses decommits from LSU
Monday, 03 August 2015 15:51 Written by
The recruiting sharks must be smelling blood in the water/ Considered to be a once-in-a-generation type talent, Louisiana prospect Dylan Moses decommited from LSU Monday in a statement released via his Twitter. Moses is currently rated as 2017's No. 1 football prospect in the nation by 247Sports. Moses made headlines in 2013 as LSU, Alabama and Texas all offered him scholarships to play football, despite the
LSU loses reserve DT, gains another one
Monday, 03 August 2015 15:37 Written by
Mickey Johnson(Photo: File photo) CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE BATON ROUGE – LSU’s depth at defensive tackle remained at par on Monday as the Tigers lost a projected backup and gained a projected backup. Maquedius Bain, a sophomore from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, who made six tackles in 10 games as a reserve last season, announced on Twitter on Monday that he would be transferring. And Mickey Johnson, a senior from Covington who
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