LSU Tigers and Tennessee Vols Trading WR Commitments?

Brett Stephen@@brettstephenAnalyst IIJanuary 20, 2010

TUSCALOOSA, AL - NOVEMBER 07:  The mascot of the Louisiana State University Tigers cheers against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Bryant-Denny Stadium on November 7, 2009 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Louisiana State University’s 2010 recruiting class could potentially take a significant hit in the upcoming days as news is stirring that wide receiver Justin Hunter has reopened his recruitment and could potentially be headed to Tennessee.

This would be a big blow to the LSU recruitment class, but one that could easily be repaired, or even upgraded, with rumors that Tennessee commitment Markeith Ambles is now considering the Tigers.

Ambles is actually ranked higher than Hunter in most rankings and comes in as a freshman with a body that is a little more physically suited for SEC play.

Hunter, at 6’4”, 172 pounds, would more than likely be solely a return man for the Tigers until he adds some weight.

Ambles on the other hand, comes in slightly more ready at 6’2”, 185 pounds.

It will be interesting to see in the upcoming days what transpires for the Bayou Bengals and their 2010 recruiting class.

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