Recruiting: LSU quarterback commitment Myles Brennan to explore other options

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St. Stanislaus quarterback Myles Brennan announced Wednesday he has decided to re-open his recruitment and decommit from LSU.

The change of heart by Brennan came right after it was reported that LSU had offered Honolulu prep recruit Tua Tagovailoa, the top 2017 dual threat quarterback in the country who is committed to Alabama.

Brennan committed to former LSU coach Les Miles in April and stayed with his pledge when Ed Orgeron took over as interim coach in September. When Orgeron was named full-time coach of the Tigers, Brennan told SportsNOLA’s Rene Nadeau it was a “real positive” and that he was excited to compete in Baton Rouge. Now the young quarterback is weighing all of his options.

However, Orgeron said this week that he believed LSU needed to have a spread offense with dual-threat passers. Brennan is a prototype pocket-passer.

St. James dual-threat quarterback Lowell Narcisse is the only quarterback currently committed to LSU for 2017.

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