Lowell Narcisse has to start the recruiting process all over again.
Narcisse, the No. 4 dual-threat quarterback in the Class of 2017, de-committed from Auburn and reopened his recruitment on Tuesday morning. He missed the entire 2015 regular season because of a torn ACL, and then injured the knee again, though less severely, during the state playoffs.
“After praying and talking with my family, I’ve decided to de-commit from Auburn,” Narcisse said. “I think I rushed and made a premature decision. I still plan to communicate and (nurture) a relationship with them. But at this time, I will open my recruitment back up.
“My main goal is to continue to get my health better and be a leader and role model to my team.”
Last summer, the four-star quarterback committed to Auburn over LSU and Clemson.
Narcisse maintained a solid relationship with LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron throughout his junior season at St. James High School (St. James, La.). LSU does not have a quarterback commitment in its 2016 or 2017 classes at this time.
Since committing to Auburn on July 27, Narcisse made three unofficial visits to Baton Rouge, La.
The 6-foot-3, 200-pound Narcisse also holds an offer from Alabama, among others.
Narcisse is rated as Louisiana’s No. 6 player in the Class of 2017.
All player ranking and ratings are from the 247Sports Composite.