BATON ROUGE – John Emery, dam # 3 from Destrehan near New Orleans, withdrew his verbal pledge to Georgia on July 29th.

Less than two weeks earlier, Emery was on the LSU sideline when Tiger No. 2 Georgia, 36-16, angered at Tiger Stadium.

Three days ago, LSU coach Ed Orgeron told the New Orleans Quarterback Club that he believes, "LSU should be 'we have our target at one that is nearby."

That was Emery (6-0) , 200) as the number 3 in history has high of Destrehan.It is also the # 59 overall statement in the country and No. 5 player in the state.

"This is one of the most difficult decisions I have in my life so far, "Emery said on his Twitter account Thursday afternoon." I'm here to announce that I'm giving birth at this time of the Georgia Bulldogs. God bless. "

LSU has a retention obligation for his 2019 class at Tyrion Davis (6-1, 215) of Southern Laboratory High in Baton Rouge He is the No. 10 dam in the nation by and the No 9 Outlook in Louisiana.

Orgeron and staff continued recruiting Emery after committing to Georgia routine in college football.

I know it will only get tougher, "Emery said of his future Recruitment, which is now officially reopened. "My next step is to decide a lot about my future during and after football."

Other schools that have offered Emery a scholarship include Alabama, Auburn, Arizona, Michigan, and Texas.

"I'd like to give first" Thanks to the Bulldog coaching staff, Emery continued in his tweet and thanked Georgia head coach Kirby Smart and running back coach Dell McGee, "Thank you for recruiting me and me gave some of my games tips and got to know me and my family on a personal level. This recruiting process has put me in patience. "

Emery sounded as if he were open about his future decision and could go back to Georgia.

" Even if something seems right, and in fact, it might be right, " he continued, possibly referring to his original involvement in Georgia, "it's always better to be wary of a subset, to be cautious. "

The first national signing day for football is December 19th, the second on February 6.


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