Myles Brennan will reopen his recruiting one day after LSU head coach Ed Orgeron offered a scholarship to Alabama 5-star quarterback commitment Tua Tagovailoa.
In a letter to Tiger fans, Brennan said, "I love the people of Louisiana and what that football teams means to everyone that is a fan. I also want to personally thank Coach Les Miles and Coach Cam Cameron for believing in my abilities as a QB and offering me a scholarship to play at LSU; it's truly one of the most special places in the world."
Brennan went on to say that is has become very apparent “that LSU is going through a transition and as a result I have decided to re-open my recruiting."
Brennan was offered a scholarship by Oklahoma State on Tuesday, soon after Orgeron's offer to Tagovailoa.
Tagovailoa has been recruited by Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin, fueling speculation that he may take the same position under Orgeron in Baton Rouge.
On Tuesday Orgeron, along with wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator Dameyune Craig and running backs coach Jabbar Juluke made an in-home visit to St. James 4-star quarterback Lowell Narcisse.
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