Days after expressing happiness Ed Orgeron was named the coach at LSU, quarterback Myles Brennan has decommitted, he announced on Twitter.
Brennan, a four-star Under Armour All-American fromSt. Stanislaus High (Bay St. Louis, Miss.), is ranked as the No. 10 pro-style quarterback in the nation, according to 247Sports. He was named Mississippi Class 4A Mr. Football.
The move comes on the heels of a scholarship offer made by LSU to Alabama quarterback commit Tua Tagovailoa, the No. 1 dual-threat quarterback in the Class of 2017.
It also follows comments made by Orgeron in his introductory press conference that he wants a dual-threat quarterback to run a new style of offense. Rumors have circulated that he wants Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin to come to LSU.
LSU also has a commitment from Lowell Narcisse, a quarterback from New Orleans who missed his senior season after a knee injury. Narcisse is expected to be an early enrollee.
Brennan posted on social media on Tuesday night that he had received a new offer from Oklahoma State after news broke about LSU offering Tagovailoa.