The nation’s No. 6 offensive guard has a major decision to make: follow in the footsteps of his family or carve out his own legacy elsewhere.
That decision should be made in the next 24 hours.
Donavaughn Campbell, a longtime LSU commit, indicated on Twitter that he will decide between reaffirming his commitment to the Tigers or possibly flipping to Georgia Tech on Tuesday morning.
“Making my (final) decision in the morning around 9,” tweeted Campbell, adding LSU and GT below his comment.
Campbell is a day removed from his official visit to Georgia Tech, where he was hosted by his older brother, Christian Campbell, a redshirt freshman quarterback for the Yellow Jackets.
Previously, the 6-foot-4, 347-pound four-star prospect out of Ponchatoula, La., took an official visit to LSU on Jan. 15.
After the visit, he told SEC Country that he loved everything about LSU.
“It was great,” Campbell said. “I loved everything … I’m still committed. I feel like it’s still a good fit for me.”
Campbell committed to LSU in January of 2015 and has never before strayed away from the path.
He is the lone interior offensive lineman in LSU’s 2016 recruiting class and the third lineman overall.
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