Four Star QB Prospect Moving On From LSU
It's been a relationship that has lasted nearly three years. Now it's over. LSU quarterback commitment Zadock Dinklemann has decided to move on from the Tiger program.
Dinklemann, considered to be the 12th best pro-style quarterback prospect in the country, was recruited by former Coach Les Miles and former Offensive Coordinator Cam Cameron.
In a story reported by NOLA.com and Times-Picayune reporter, Julie Boudwin says that Dinklemann was quite gracious to the LSU football program in cutting ties.
After talking with my family I have decided that it is best for me to decommit from LSU and open up my recruiting options. I would like to thank the LSU staff for all the love over the years.
Dinklemann was recruited and committed to the Tiger program in 2014. He has never played a down for the program. Obviously, the change in coaching staff played a part in Dinklemann's decision. The 6-foot-5, 215-pounder also has scholarship offers from Texas and UTSA.
LSU wasn't the only school that had shown interest in the quarterback prospect. The 6-foot-5, 215-pounder also has scholarship offers from Texas and UTSA.