It's irrelevant. Those kids wanted to leave the state. LSU replaced them with kids better or as equally as talented.
This whole fence around the state bull shite is for suckers. Especially considering LSU cherry picks recruits from other states.
You argument is about as relevant as his.
Ah yes, here's Prominentwon, riding in on the horse named Delusion to peddle his favorite meme: the fate. These Louisiana players were fated to leave the state, it was encoded in their DNA from birth, it was inevitable, the muses foretold it, nothing any coach in the world could have said or done would have changed it. It was predestiny, that's why they left the state, and it had nothing to do with the fact that Saban was a superior coach, was more persuasive, won more championships, has more NFL credibility, simply recruited them more effectively, or any other rational factor. It was written in the stars.
What utter crap.
And where is the evidence for your ridiculous assertion that we always replaced these lost players with equally talented kids? Tell me again, what equally talented DB did we replace Collins with last year? What equally talented LB did we replace Duvall with? What equally talented DE are we going to replace Williams with?
Here is the truth, the unavoidable truth: LSU offered several of these hihgly ranked in-state kids and WANTED them. They chose Alabama - our divisional rival- instead. That isn't some great triumph for the program. That isn't something to celebrated or ignored as if it doesn't matter. But go ahead and tell yourself that it is.
You are offensively dumb.