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LSU junior defensive end Danielle Hunter announced via Twitter that he will forego his senior season and declare for the 2015 NFL Draft.


Hunter is one of three LSU underclassmen to declare for the 2015 Draft along with Kwon Alexander and Jalen Collins.
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21 Comments
He was good, but will not be missed that much. More hype than dominate. Let the next Mingo step up.
Reply79 months
Terrible move, but I hope he proves everybody wrong and tears it up in the NFL. Good luck, and thanks for being a Tiger.
Reply79 months
Gonna be a bust! Practice squad after practice squad for a couple months then it's adios.
Reply79 months
What a dumbass
Reply79 months
I wish him the best but he did not make a statement in his play this year. He is losing a lot of money not staying one more year.
Reply79 months
Could have made alot more money with another year of development. Wish he would have followed Mr. Collins example.
Reply79 months
Trev Faulk 2.0
Reply79 months
Wish he would've decided to stay, but we all assumed he'd be gone after this year... he just didn't have the year we expected...
Reply79 months
Leaves a big hole at one DE spot.
Reply79 months
Hindsight 20/20 report next year at this time... Godspeed young man.
Reply79 months
One of my favorite Tigers all-time. I wish him much success, wish he was staying one more year!
Reply79 months
Its's fine him going, however, it was very juvenile of him to act like a few days ago that he wasn't when we found out before he wanted us too..........."Wahhh wahhh i wanted to tell everybody."
Reply79 months
"should have stayed Minter"

Minter? as in Kevin Minter? as in starting linebacker for the Arizona Cardinals Kevin Minter?

I think he's doing fine
Reply79 months
Man LSU program has taken a huge hit from underclassmen leaving early especially on defense. Some guys should have stayed Minter, Anthony Johnson, and Hunter are the first names that come to mind!
Reply79 months
those veins tho...
Reply79 months
Thanks for being a Tiger. Cant imagine a very average DE at LSU having a huge NFL career
Reply79 months
He would have been a first rounder next year.
Reply79 months
wish him the best; believe he should've stuck around and had a monster year.
Reply79 months
wish him the best; believe he should've stuck around and had a monster year.
Reply79 months
congrats and good luck to him
Reply79 months
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