Earlier this week, a former top quarterback recruit announced his decision to transfer.
Former LSU quarterback Lowell Narcisse was absent from practice earlier this week, fueling rumors he was set to leave the Tigers program.
Just a few hours after that report, one of the quarterbacks announced he was gone. Lowell Narcisse took to Twitter on Tuesday night to announce he's leaving the program.
Just two days later, Narcisse revealed where he will play this upcoming season.
Here's his full announcement.
Lowell Narcisse, a class of 2017 recruit, was the No. 9 QB prospect in the country coming out of high school.
The addition of former Ohio State quarterback Joe Burrow clearly shook some things up in the LSU quarterback room. Burrow is expected to win the starting job and has two years of eligibility remaining.
Narcisse will be able to lay right away after stepping away from the FBS level. He will also have a year to hone his skills before heading to a major program next season if he chooses that route.