Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU cornerback Saivion Smith announced Wednesday that he has committed to Alabama.

Smith announced back in May that he would be transferring out of the program and has spent the past year at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College in Perkinston, MS.

He is a former five-star prospect from IMG Academy and was an early enrollee in LSU's 2016 recruiting class.

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Wonder what kind of Dodge Charger he gets?
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Can't wait for him to help make it L9u
Reply3 days
Who are you and why should we care, go be a gump.
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Good Luck young man
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Charger Delivered/..
Reply5 days
Well at least you can roll and smoke with very little consequences @ bama
Reply5 days
Smart choice kid. Now you can hold and PI all you want and not get a flag. Saban is killing our recruiting specialist head coach.
Reply5 days
So you want us to keep players with multiple drug test fails?
5 days
Meh I still crap on the toilet the same way
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Meh
Reply5 days
Smart choice. He can get away with not only smoking blunts, but .........stolen guns.......shootouts at clubs... with basically no disciplinary action at Bammer
Reply5 days
That is just simply not true... He would be suspended for a quarter against a Mercer quality opponent. The Bama misinformation has gotten out of hand.
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But he gets a Dodge Charger
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It must be that time of year. "Distribute the drop bags to LSU targets for maximum PR effect." Of course, it does work every fricking year, so.......
Reply5 days
It was a good move for Smith. He wasn't going to start at LSU. Bama is thin at defensive back next year losing a bunch.
Reply5 days
From the skilit to the fire! WTF!!!
Reply6 days
He should have gone to MiamiU. He would see playing time there.
Reply6 days
Outstanding decision. Congrats young man.
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Who?
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Lol, this kid must be awesome if LSU fans are so fricking pissed.
Reply6 days
Why would we be mad? Our WR’s will actually get open now....
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Who is mad? He wasn't good enough to play, so he left. Yes, we are mad an average CB left LSU and went to a douche school.
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Who's mad? Most LSU fans are celebrating this. Smith couldn't cover space.
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Do you think you won't have to compete there? Should have just gone to Miami baw.
Reply6 days
I do not care enough about your decision to respect it or not
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Guess he goes where there is no drug testing.....
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