College Football Rumors: Myles Brennan De-Committing from LSU Because Of Coach Transition?
St. Stanislaus Pro-Style Quarterback Myles Brennan has decided that he is reopening his recruitment via his Twitter account saying "It has become very apparent to me that LSU is going through a transition and as a result, I have decided to reopen my recruiting."
It can be remembered that Brennan together with Lowell Narcisse, was committed to LSU's 2017 class.
What could have made him change his mind? Rumors have been swirling that the LSU is in quite a transition after they have changed coaches in a span of nine weeks.
The Tigers opened their season being on the fifth rank but it did not go so well from there. They struggled throughout the season but still managed a 7-4 and third in the West Division.
According to ESPN, Interim coach for LSU Ed Orgeron did an excellent job holding things together in the wake of Les Miles' and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron's departures. He led the Tigers to a 5-2 record after Mile's departure.
Will the coach ruckus affect the commitment status of their QB? St. Stanislaus head coach Bill Conides claimed that Brennan is still committed. He said, "The statement was put out to let people know that he is looking just in case. When there is a transition there is a level of uncertainty, then when they offered Tua [Tagovailoa] that level of uncertainty multiplied by three hundred. That's kind of where we're at."
He added that he and his dad spoke to coach Orgeron and they got some things cleared up. "I would say we understood the thought process behind them offering Tua. I understand, dad understands, but it just needs to be communicated from Coach O to Myles."
247 Sports reported that LSU wanted to do an in-home visit with Brennan on Thursday, but Conides said they will be in Starkville to attend the Mr. Football banquet. He said that Brennan will make an official visit to LSU in January.
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