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LSU officially announced that the addition of Tari Eason who comes into the program after transferring from the University of Cincinnati. Per LSUSports.net:

Eason, a 6-8, forward from Seattle, Washington, played in 23 games this past season for the Bearcats, averaging 7.3 points, 5.9 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.3 blocks per game. He started eight games during the course of the season.

"We welcome Tari Eason to the LSU Basketball program," said Coach Wade. "He is a versatile live body that can play both inside and out. Tari has tremendous length and athleticism which allows him to be a big defensive presence blocking shots. He is an elite rebounder on both ends which will lead to many second chance points as well as transition offensive opportunities."

Eason was named an AAC All-Freshman team selection and ranked among the league leaders in blocks (fourth), offensive rebounds (fourth at 2.3) and rebounds (ninth). He had a season high 20 points and 13 rebounds against Tulane (Feb. 26) when he recorded his first college double double. In that game he was 8-of-8 from the field with three blocks.
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