4-Star JUCO WR Stephen Guidry Decommits from LSU

Alec Nathan@@AlecBNathanFeatured ColumnistApril 9, 2017

COLLEGE STATION, TX - NOVEMBER 24: LSU Tigers helmet sits on the bench at Kyle Field on November 24, 2016 in College Station, Texas.  (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)
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Stephen Guidry, a 4-star junior college wide receiver prospect, reportedly decommitted from the LSU Tigers on Saturday. 

According to SECCountry.com's Sam Spiegelman, Guidry withdrew his commitment to the Tigers after he opted not to sign his letter of intent on national signing day. 

According to the Advocate's Ross Dellenger, Guidry announced on Feb. 1 he planned to spend another year at junior college before making his way to Death Valley. 

Now Guidry appears destined for another school whenever his stint in junior college is complete. As a point of reference, Spiegelman cited the Mississippi State Bulldogs and Arizona State Sun Devils as two programs that chased Guidry before he announced his intention to sign with LSU. 

The Tigers, however, should still be in good shape without Guidry. 

Not only do they have D.J. Chark and Russell Gage in tow, but incoming freshmen Mannie Netherly and Racey McMath should help provide LSU's passing game with a much-needed boost after they struggled to generate big plays through the air consistently in 2016. 

Recruit rankings courtesy of Scout.com

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