The latest problem stemmed from a fight with a teammate and served as the final straw. Anderson did not participate in the team's spring game Tuesday, which is when West Mesquite coach Jeff Neill announced his dismissal to reporters in attendance.
Neill offered no further details, but Anderson is not expected to be welcome back to the team for his senior season.
Sources at LSU confirmed they are aware of Anderson's dismissal and are sticking with him as a commit in the 2016 class. That could change if more information is made available, but for now, Anderson remains committed to LSU.
Anderson tweeted this Wednesday morning:
Yall keep going around with this dismissed stuff. I'm worried about my future. This a minor setback for a major comeback ??— Dee Anderson (@DeeAnderson21) May 20, 2015
Anderson emerged on LSU's radar last summer when he was a top performer at camp. He earned an offer in July and committed a couple weeks later in early August.
Anderson continued to receive attention from other schools but never wavered on his commitment to the Tigers. Schools like Texas and Alabama were believed to be in pursuit of Anderson.
LSU has one other wide receiver, Stephen Sullivan, committed in the 2016 class after signing four in 2015.
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