It’s once again a wide open race for wide receiver Stephen Sullivan from the Donaldsonville high school in Louisiana. He decommitted from LSU, but is keeping the Tigers an option, while holding offers from Auburn, Clemson, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, TCU & UCF.
Sullivan (6’3, 230 lbs.) signed with LSU after signing day in 2014 but has now decommitted, feeling like he committed too early and would like a second chance, which means going through the recruiting process a little more thoroughly before making his final decision.
— Stephen Sullivan (@SJS_10) August 17, 2015
There isn’t a timeframe for his decision. Sullivan used a tweet to announce his decommitment and explain why he did it. He is ranked 7th in the country for his position according to the ESPN 300 rankings and 73rd overall among all players in the 2016 class.
LSU have lost another big name, this time from the 2017 class, this month. Dylan Moses, he No. 1-ranked player in the 2017 class at the moment, decommitted, but like Sullivan, he is still keeping them in the picture for when signing day arrives in their respective years. LSU have also signed four-star defensive end Caleb Roddy and unranked kicker Connor Culp this month.