The LSU football program has lost a number of top players since Brian Kelly left the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and signing on to be head coach of the LSU Tigers.
On Tuesday, starting quarterback Max Johnson announced his decision to enter the NCAA transfer portal. His brother Jake Johnson, the No. 1 tight end in the 2022 class, also decided he would be taking his talents elsewhere.
Soon after the news of these departures, the Tigers would lose three-star wide receiver Decoldest Crawford.
“After Careful Consideration and long talks with family, I would like to reopen my recruitment,and De-commit from LSU. Thanks !!” he wrote on Twitter.
The 2022 recruit has garnered offers and attention from several top programs around the country.
Crawford, is ranked as the No. 60 wide receiver in the nation and No. 19 wideout in the state of Louisiana, went super viral after social media found out his unique name a few years ago.
His most recent offers come from Missouri, Memphis and Nebraska.