Max Johnson & Deion Smith Enter NCAA Transfer Portal... Four Star TE Jake Johnson Announces He is Decommitting From LSU
Da Boot Sports
By: Terrill J. Weil
BATON ROUGE, LA: LSU starting quarterback Max Johnson has announced on Tuesday afternoon that he is entering the NCAA transfer portal.
"LSU, Thank you for allowing me to pursue my academic and athletic career here. I have made strong relationships that will last a lifetime with coaches, staff and especially my teammates! With careful and prayerful consideration, I am entering the transfer portal."
Freshman receiver Deion Smith is reported to be entering the transfer portal also. Smith's season was cut short due to injury. He played in six games finishing with 186 yards on 11 catches with two touchdown grabs.
Jake Johnson who is the younger brother of Max, a four star recruit and the #1 tight end in 2022 class, has announced he is decommitting from the Tigers.
"With much prayer and thoughtful consideration, I am de-committing from LSU. I am opening up my recruitment! I plan on early enrollment."
Johnson's departure leaves Garrett Nussmeier now in a position that has him loosing his redshirt if he plays in the Texas Bowl. The only other quarterbacks left on the roster besides Nussmeier is Matt O'Dowd and Tavion Faulk.