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D'Haquille Williams decommits from LSU

Less than two weeks after he originally committed to the Tigers, the top JUCO prospect has reopened his recruitment.

Beth Hall-USA TODAY Sports

D'Haquille Williams, the top JUCO prospect in the nation, has decommitted from LSU, according to Jimmy Smith of the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Williams told Smith that he's decommitting in order to pursue all of his options.

Williams, a 6'3, 213-pound Reserve (La.) native, is currently enrolled at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. He committed to LSU less than two weeks ago on May 10, but has already changed his mind. A five-star recruit according to 247, Williams already has offers from almost every major school in the southeast, including Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Miami, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Texas, Texas A&M, and USC.

Williams was originally part of the 2011 recruiting class, but did not qualify due to spending the first two years of high school at an unaccredited school. He's spent the past two years in junior college, and seemingly has his academics in order. Last year, Williams caught 67 passes for 1,295 yards and 17 touchdowns.

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