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LSU wide receiver commit Dee Anderson has been ruled ineligible for his senior year, according to multiple sources.

Andrerson, a four-star prospect from Mesquite, TX was kicked off his West Mesquite HS football team in the Spring after he got in a fight with the quarterback whose father is the head coach. Since being dismissed, Anderson has been trying to transfer to DeSoto HS.

Corbett Smith with the Dallas Morning News attending the "8-6A DEC meeting" Thursday that voted 4-0 to deny Anderson's transfer from West Mesquite to DeSoto.

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For more info on Anderson, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.

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SouthlakeTiger103 months
To bad Prime Prep is not in paly anymore.
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Dan Bilzerian103 months
Catholic High BR should reach out to this poor, unfortunate, outstanding student-athlete and allow him to transfer in for his Senior year.
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JTrenor103 months
Show me a school that has all "Angels" and I will show you a school that is probably not in the top 25.
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MUMFORD103 months
Bishop Gorman or IMG Academy?
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semjase103 months
Better find out the details of what happened before screaming "Favoritism" at the HS Coach and his QB son. We know perfectly well that all LSU football recruits aren't Angels..............
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semjase103 months
B
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biglego103 months
Good. He won't get hurt.
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rjokerlsu103 months
Is it too late for Anderson to transfer to an out of state, or private school? Also, if I were a Mesquite education official, I would ask some tough questions of this coach--maybe he should be looking elsewhere also.
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LuzianaFootball103 months
That's too petty.
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KennabraTiger103 months
Whose
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Louisianaboy87103 months
I smell favoritism. The quarterback's father is the head coach??? Really?
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MrSavage103 months
Has a reason been announced?
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