Lorenzo Jones looked to be a very welcome addition to a class that was in desperate need of some defensive linemen. Although he had maintained that he was still a commitment to Nebraska and maybe looking around, it looks as though that has changed entirely.
"I had committed to Nebraska, but I am not committed anymore," Jones said. "I called them up and decommitted."
Besides the loss of a commit, it's the quality of the commit that they are losing. Jones was easily considered one of the top defensive tackles in the Dallas-Metro area last year. "I had 93 total tackles, 16 tackles for a loss and five sacks."
The ability to stuff the run and make plays behind the line of scrimmage makes Jones a very hot commodity right now in the recruiting world. "I am planning on taking two more officials. I have been to Nebraska and Iowa State already."
"I am looking at taking official visits to Texas and Texas A&M possibly. Nebraska is still being considered and so is LSU. Oklahoma State offered me and Les Miles let me know that the offer is there for me at LSU now."