SAD NEWS: Just LSU Tigers Confirms Departure Of Another Top Talented Star

Earlier this week, the LSU Tigers football program was given some unsettling news. Wide receiver Dakorien Moore, one of their five-star recruits, has withdrawn from the program and plans to reopen recruitment.

Given that Moore is the third-ranked recruit in the 2025 class, this is a significant loss for LSU. Moore, a 5’11” and 185-pound native of Duncanville, Texas, committed to the Tigers in August of last year.

He declared on X, formerly Twitter, that he is revisiting the recruitment process and withdrawing from LSU. He will now take other schools’ offers into consideration.
Prior to committing last summer, Moore’s top three colleges were Ohio State, Oregon, and Texas in addition to LSU. Despite his pledge to the Tigers, all three colleges kept wooing him, and now that he is free once more, they are probably back in the running.


Even though losing a weapon like Moore is undoubtedly unfortunate, the LSU Tigers still have a solid recruiting class for 2025. He was ranked second in the class after Belleville, Michigan, quarterback Bryce Underwood, who was ranked second.

Six top 300 commitments from LSU’s 2025 class are still available. In addition to Underwood, they have pledges from Tyler Miller and Devin Harper, two offensive linemen, and No. 1 running back Harlem Berry. Linebacker Charles Ross and cornerback Jaboree Antoine are committed to the Tigers on the defensive end of the field.

The momentum Brian Kelly had at the beginning of his head coaching career at LSU is being maintained by those commitments. He won the ReliaQuest Bowl earlier this year and the Citrus Bowl in 2023, capping back-to-back 10-win seasons.
This next season, the LSU Tigers will have a lot of shoes to fill because both wide receiver Malik Nabers and quarterback Jayden Daniels—the current Heisman Trophy winner—were selected in the top six of the 2024 NFL Draft.


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