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LSU starting quarterback Max Johnson is leaving the program and his brother Jake Johnson -- the No. 1 tight end recruit in the class of 2022 -- will not be stepping foot on campus after the recent coaching change. Max, who just finished his sophomore season, has entered the transfer portal. Jake, meanwhile, publicly decommitted after pledging to the Tigers in April. 

Max and Jake both tweeted out statements simultaneously at 7:13 p.m. ET announcing their decisions on Tuesday night. Jake Johnson noted that he still plans on enrolling early at his next destination. Considering the timing, Max Johnson would also potentially be able to be on a new campus by spring 2022, and both brothers could easily land at the same location. 

The decision comes one week after Brian Kelly was introduced as the Tigers new coach, replacing national title winner Ed Orgeron. Kelly is still in the process of putting together his staff, but Notre Dame offensive coordinator Tommy Rees turned down an opportunity to lead the offense in Baton Rouge to stay in South Bend. 

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