Texas Football: Four-Star Safety Caden Sterns Flips From LSU

The Texas football program scored big once again on the recruiting trail.

This weekend, four-star safety Caden Sterns announced he has decommitted from the LSU Tigers to play for Tom Herman’s Longhorns.

“My family and I have talked, prayed and evaluated every facet of my commitment to LSU, and although LSU was a dream school of mine from a very young age, I also shared the same love for the University of Texas all my life,” Sterns wrote on Twitter.

“Growing up in Texas, being a Texas boy and dreaming of becoming a Longhorn. It’s the best place for myself to become the best I can be, and the best place for my family. So with that, I will be staying home and committing to the University of Texas.”

Sterns is currently rated as the No. 4 safety in the nation, No. 5 overall player in the state of Texas and the No. 39 overall player in the nation.

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