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LSU defensive tackle Tyler Shelvin announced his decision to opt-out of the 2020 season back on August 31 but there have been some "rumblings" that he could be returning to the team.

On Tuesday, head coach Ed Orgeron said that he has not talked with Shelvin but has spoken with his parents about a possible return and said they would gladly welcome him back.

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Well he better get his arse enrolled in school ASAP. Remember he needs to be full time this semester baws.
Reply8 months
I saw him at Laura's II today tearing up a huge plate lunch.
Reply8 months
Someone must've advised him on what all of us already knew. He needs to play or his football days are done.
Reply8 months
Obviously this is bleak comment but this is a huge life decision for him. If he decides to opt out and no play he will be 400 pounds and possibly be an unhealthy man the rest of his life. As he continues to learn health and awareness not only with LSU but with the NFL will ad many years to his life. I hope he comes back
8 months
Take him back, but make him earn it. I promise you Guillory and roy want to play, and they are in shape and ready to go
Reply8 months
Never mind. Just saw Chase declare for the draft.
Reply8 months
C’mon big man! If this happens, watch Chase opt back in. Back to back champs!
Reply8 months
Step up the BUFFET at LSU and he'll come rumbling bumbling stumbling BACK.
Reply8 months
As I said when it happened his path to riches runs through BR in 2020. He’ll never be heard from again if he stays out.
Reply8 months
So now that opting out isn’t as cool as it was last week, players want to opt back in. Make them earn it Coach!
Reply8 months
Trevonte Valentine still have any eligibility?
Reply8 months
If his aspirations are the NFL he should run back to the team. I don't see him having the discipline to do this on his own. He has a great chance to position himself into a 1st round pick if he utilizes the support he'll being part of the team. Come on big fella
Reply8 months
Quote: “If his aspirations are the NFL he should RUN back to the team.” LITERALLY, all the way from Crowley. And back and forth a few extra reps.
8 months
Baby come back
Reply8 months
Probably missing the team and competition already. Hope he picks up his phone and calls Coach O. It will all blow over in a couple days after that.
Reply8 months
Out of all the opt outs... he made the least sense. He should stay. Let Moffit keep his arse in shape and add some impressive highlights to the reel. Go first 3 rounds, big fella!
Reply8 months
Tyler needs to do what’s hands down best for his NFL future. And that’s call Coach O and get back to work! Let’s Geaux!
Reply8 months
Tyler needs to be putting in a ton of work to get that weight back down if he plans to go pro. Seems like playing football and utilizing the LSU nutrition center would be at the center of that effort.
Reply8 months
If he stays out, he'll weigh 425 lbs at NFL tryouts next year.
8 months
Is Harrison Valentine 14 years old?
Reply8 months
A healthy Shelvin would be the best news.
Reply8 months
"We hear rumblings." Shelvin must be close then.
Reply8 months
Lol
8 months
Bravo
8 months
That's Tyler's stomach they are hearing.
8 months
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