"I'm open up to all my options," he said. "I'll take my visits and make my final decision on Signing Day." Godchaux originally committed to the Tigers in the fall after suffering a torn ACL in his team's season opener. LSU stuck with him through the injury and accepted his commitment.
A couple weeks later, Godchaux took an official visit to Ole Miss but has kept his commitment since then.
Godchaux now plans to take the remainder of his five allotted official visits. UCLA, Auburn and Florida have been reported as possible visit destinations, but Godchaux said he hasn't set anything up as of Friday afternoon.
This isn't the first time this cycle that an injured commit has decided to reevaluate his commitment. Sione Palelei flipped to Oklahoma State after an official visit to Stillwater. LSU quickly turned its attention to Darrel Williams and allowed Palelei to head off to the Big 12.
That may not be the case this time around, as LSU has a glaring need on the defensive line. Godchaux is one of two defensive linemen currently committed to the Tigers, with Deondre Clark a cause for concern considering the run Oklahoma has made lately.
Godchaux most recently spent a week in San Antonio as part of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Though his injury prevented him from participating in the game, Godchaux did spent plenty of time with fellow LSU commits, and even mentioned some prospects he was helping recruit for the Tigers.
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