http://www.thenewsstar.com/news/blogs/blog4/2006/05/lsu-recruit-leaves-j-hodge.html LSU recruit leaves J-Hodge Wide receiver Gabriel Bryant, a LSU commitment, is no longer a part of the football program at Jonesboro-Hodge. Jonesboro-Hodge coach Joey Pender chose not to specify why Bryant was no longer with the Tigers other than to say Bryant had a conflict with team rules. Pender didn't know where Bryant planned to go to school in the fall but said there was no chance that he would play for Jonesboro-Hodge. "I wish him the best of luck," Pender said. The Tigers had planned to play Bryant (6-2, 190) at quarterback and wide receiver, the position he projects to in college. Should Bryant enroll somewhere other than Jonesboro-Hodge for the fall, it would be his fourth school in the last year and a half. The starting QB for Jonesboro-Hodge as a sophomore, Bryant transferred to Bastrop for his junior year but never played a game before transferring again to Crockett, Ark. He played wide receiver all season for Crockett, finishing with 54 catches for 1,154 yards and eight touchdowns. Following the football season, Bryant transferred back to Jonesboro-Hodge and played basketball for the Tigers.