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ESPN College Basketball Insider Jeff Borzello is reporting that LSU guard Aundre Hyatt has entered his name into the NCAA Transfer Portal.

Hyatt, a sophomore from the Bronx, NY, averaged 4.2 points and 3.1 rebounds per game this past season. His biggest game of the season was LSU's first-round win vs. St. Bonaventure in the NCAA Tournament, where he scored 13 points and had 10 rebounds and four blocks.

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I feel like we’ve lost more than we’ve gained so far.
Reply7 months
This the weakest generation of kids!!!
Reply7 months
kids have limited eligibility. They want to play, and I don't blame them for finding the right spot. Joe Burrow transferred, you'll recall.
7 months
Wow this comment section is more civil than most nice job td community
Reply7 months
Played is heart out for the Tigers. This is a huge surprise because with the players already leaving he would theoretically get plenty of playing time. I hope he has a great career moving forward.
Reply7 months
Damn tough loss losing him and Darius Days. That's a lot of our toughness gone. Going to need Mwani and LeBlanc to step up and be the hustle guys next year
Reply7 months
Bronx, NY to Baton Rouge, LA is a long damn way. I’m sure wherever he goes he’ll get more playing time and be closer to home! Always a Tiger Aundre!
Reply7 months
Good luck to the young man wherever he goes.
Reply7 months
I thought he was going to be good next year, I hate this transfer portal bs
Reply7 months
He can’t make a 2ft putback, man will he be missed
Reply7 months
There’s a difference between can’t and didn’t. You can’t make one. He can, but just didn’t.
7 months
Wtf. We must be getting somebody really good to replace him with, because next year would have been his year to shine.
Reply7 months
No chest
Reply7 months
frick you dude
7 months
@CanebreakCajun you’re a moron
7 months
:(
Reply7 months
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