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LSU sophomore infielder Collier Cranford is entering his name into the transfer portal. Per The Advocate:
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Cranford started nine games at the end of the season at third base in Jacob Berry's absence. He batted .133 with an on-base percentage of .328 in his 31 total appearances this season.

The Zachary High School product started at shortstop as a true freshman during the shortened 2020 season, batting .286.
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JackMeoff12324 months
Thank God never want to see this kid in purple and gold ever again
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rob6224 months
And the culling out continues
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Hurricane Mike24 months
Jordan Thompson made 3 more errors during the writing of this article
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VesperiaLSU24 months
His defense was something that really stood out during those few weeks. It's tough that he couldn't crack the lineup because of his batting.
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jafari rastaman24 months
Young man, you should stay in school and get your degree.
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kkv7524 months
Degree. LMAO. Like those matter anymore. NIL, grandpa, NIL.
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jkylejohnson24 months
Good luck young man.
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Good luck!
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Spelt it rong24 months
Oh I see.. Larry is unable to spell again. Carry on
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Twenty 4924 months
Was there a time when he could?
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Spelt it rong24 months
Don't be dicks towards him you imbeciles. He doesn't deserve that. Wish him well and move on.
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NorthshoreTiger7624 months
He’s tiger bait now
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idlewatcher24 months
Never heard of her.
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rpg3724 months
Who is Crandford?
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