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North Carolina State transfer guard Cam Hayes has announced that he has committed to LSU and new head coach Matt McMahon.

Hayes is a former four-star recruit from Greensboro, N.C., and started in 27 games during his two seasons with the Wolfpack. He averaged 7.0 points and 2.1 assists last year.

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Hayes is the fourth transfer to join LSU along with Trae Hannibal and Justice Hill from Murray State and Kendal Coleman from Northwestern State.
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Vernonbrew2227 months
Maybe some NIL deals will get us some ball handlers from the Midwest.
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LSUsince7427 months
We need one more player
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SouthernInsanity27 months
The Rant said we only take players from Murray State.
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MSTiger3327 months
Do we have five yet?
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tadelatt27 months
Technically no one leaves until the draft. They can test the waters and come back. They can also test the portal and come back too
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KennabraTiger27 months
Welcome aboard. You’re gonna love the women here.
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nolimitnola27 months
Dude averaged 7 pts on the team that finished last in the ACC. Y’all chill
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We'll take what we can get. Enjoy your well deserved downvote.
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CanebreakCajun27 months
So what? Tari Eason averaged 7 points a game for a Cincinnati team that went 12-11 and now he’s a top 20 pick.
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CoyoteSong27 months
Get him a basketball
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LSUTheodore27 months
Finally getting kids that want to be at LSU!
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PureMetairie27 months
Welcome to the club, Cam. But ya gotta work on the Geaux spelling.
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LesnarF527 months
Hope we can get Williams from Murray State!!!
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vodkacop27 months
Present
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jafari rastaman27 months
Hold on to this tiger.
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drizztiger27 months
#BootUp
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bengalman27 months
A few more and we will have a team!
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Shalimar Sid27 months
Playing time + LSU = great opportunity
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CanebreakCajun27 months
For real. We may get post season ban, but the SEC has good competition and there are lots of minutes available.
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