St. Stanislaus QB Decommits from LSU


St. Stanislaus quarterback Myles Brennan is starting to have second thoughts about where he wants to go to college. Mississippi’s all-time leading passer reopened his recruitment today, amidst warning signs that LSU might be trending in another direction, starting yesterday when the Tigers offered a scholarship to a dual-threat QB committed to Alabama, potentially opening the door for other suitors.
Less than an hour later, Oklahoma State made an offer to Brennan, his 18th overall, and his first since Ole Miss in May.
Today, Brennan took to Twitter officially announce his desire to explore other options. However, Brennan has not formally decommited from LSU.
Here’s what Mr. Football from Class 4A had to say about head coach Ed Orgeron and understanding his Cajun accent, as well as his feelings towards becoming a Tiger back on November 10th. “Yeah, for sure. It’s difficult, but I’ve talked to him a bunch and I’ve kind of gotten used to it. I went down there for the Alabama game, a great atmosphere and obviously the outcome wasn’t want we wanted, but I feel like they played a heck of a game. They’ll bounce back against Arkansas. I’m just excited to be a Tiger.”
Brennan backed Orgeron on Twitter once he got the full-time gig at LSU, but that post has since been deleted.
Neither Brennan nor head coach Bill Conides returned WXXV’s request for interview.