Four-star Texas safety Bryan Allen Jr. decommits from LSU

Por: The Advocate Sports January 22, 2021


Four-star Texas safety Bryan Allen Jr. announced Thursday he is decommitting from LSU and reopening his recruitment.The 6-foot, 180-pound prospect from Aledo, Texas, is the nation's No. 5 safety of the 2022 recruiting class, according to 247Sports, and the nation's No. 71 overall recruit. Marcus Scott, a Texas cornerback, announced Wednesday afternoon that he has committed to LSU's 2022 recruiting class.... + full article

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