Back in February of 2014, LSU scored a huge early commitment, landing in-state wide receiver Stephen Sullivan, a 6-foot-6, 210 pound stud. Sunday night, the four-star pass catcher announced to the college football world that he'd changed his mind. Sullivan took to Twitter to post a long message, announcing that he's re-opening up his recruitment. He told his followers that he got "too excited" about his first D1 offer, and that the next time he commits to a school, it will be final. He also made it clear that LSU will still be an option.
According to Rivals, Sullivan only has one other offer - Clemson. It's not a stretch to assume that he'll garner more interest in the coming months, given the situation. Sullivan's decision leaves LSU with two wide receivers as part of its 2016 class - Dee Anderson and Damonte Coxie.