BILOXI, MS (WLOX) - St. Stanislaus record-setting quarterback Myles Brennan has distinguished himself as one of the nation's top rated pro-style quarterbacks ranked No. 10.
He committed to LSU when Les Miles was the head coach and gave a thumbs up when LSU named Ed Orgeron as the Tigers new head coach on Saturday. He told WLOX three weeks ago that he was hoping that Orgeron would get the head coaching job after serving as LSU's interim coach after Miles was fired.
An interesting twist developed Tuesday night when LSU offered the nation's No. 1 dual threat quarterback for the class of 2017, Tua Tagovailoa of Hawaii. He's been committed to Alabama.
So, why would LSU offer Tagovailoa. Well, there's no secret that coach Orgeron is looking to hire a new offensive coordinator and Alabama OC, Lane Kiffin, is coach Orgeron's number one target.
Soon after LSU offered Tagovailoa, Oklahoma State offered Brennan. Myles tweeted: Grateful to have received an offer from Oklahoma State University #gocowboys.
Brennan is an excellent quarterback, proving his talents since become the Rockachaws starter as a sophomore. Myles has passed for 15,138 yards with 166 touchdowns, holding the Mississippi High School all-time career passing records.
Will Kiffin accept an offer to become LSU's new offensive coordinator? Will Tagovailoa reject Alabama and pledge his commitment to LSU if Kiffin becomes a Tiger? Will Brennan reject LSU and consider one of 17 other offers he has received from major universities?
It's going to be an interesting few months before the first Wednesday in February, national signing day. Once the dust settles, things will clear up.