After spending the weekend in Baton Rouge, Daylon Charlot has decided to leave campus as an uncommitted prospect.
The former Alabama commit is from Patterson, Louisiana and was hosted by fellow Patterson native Kenny Hilliard this past weekend during his official visit.
He told Les Miles that he was decommitting from Alabama today. According to NOLA.com, Charlot left LSU with "a weight off [his] shoulders."
So what made him decommit? Charlot said, "They broke everything down for me from the film, their route tree and how their offense runs. He said the quarterbacks are young, but are going to be really good. I feel a lot better about where they're at now."
Charlot is the No. 150 player in the country and the No. 19 wide receiver.
He is an excellent all-around receiver. Essentially, he does everything great, but nothing crazy elite.
He runs his routes well, has solid speed and can high point the football. And he is physical at the LOS and is not afraid of catching the ball in traffic.
Charlot would fit into pretty much any offensive style and would be a tremendous asset to the 2015 class.
Here is his HUDL tape from his junior year: