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Former LSU wide receiver Devonta Lee announced on Twitter Saturday that he has committed to Louisiana Tech.

The former four-star prospect from Fluker, La., entered the transfer portal two weeks ago.

He appeared in 13 games during the 2019 season, catching two passes for 27 yards. He played in eight games in 2020 but did not record any stats. This past season, Lee had nine receptions for 85 yards and 1 touchdown.

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MrKnowItAll30 months
I hope La Tech can get him some bigger shoulder pads... those look like small set of Division III shoulder pads.
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Spankum30 months
Best of luck in the future, Lee….thanks for being a Tiger!
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CanebreakCajun30 months
He will get some good pt there. Can’t blame him for leaving. He gave it all he had here at wr, just needed a change.
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Lutcher Lad30 months
Hope he finds what he's looking for. Good luck, young man!
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StupidBinder30 months
Wonder if he’ll stick with WR once he gets to LaTech. I could see him playing D
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75503Tiger30 months
A great athlete but still seeking the spot to make his claim. Good luck, maybe we have a Danny McCray story brewing. McCray never found his spot but still had an NFL career
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evangelfan30 months
Good decision for his future, as he should get a lot of touches in that new Coach Cumbie offense.
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CDawson30 months
He will do well there. Good luck sir.
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Vernonbrew2230 months
Best luck to a good guy
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TigerLord202030 months
Beast athlete good luck!
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GeauxTigers010730 months
Good luck kid. Bye.
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NPComb30 months
He and JaMarr Chase could have done big things at the safety position
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Tiger in Texas30 months
Stayed in state, hope he does well!
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plance30 months
Best of luck, Devonta!
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Wish him the best. Sucks it didn't work out seems like a good kid.
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CAS765930 months
Those uniforms are terrible.
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Sampson30 months
IMO he could’ve been a All Conference player here had he chose hybrid LB/Strong Safety position like Jacoby Stevens. He’s built like Jacoby Matthews who will be playing that position in college. But he wanted to catch touchdowns. If I were him ide still make the switch, best shot at salvaging a pro career.
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TigerFan5555530 months
agree... he should have been a hybrid LB.. best of luck to him though..
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Geauxldninja30 months
Good luck!! I hope you ball out!
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BayouENGR30 months
Best of luck!
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LSU FSU Grad30 months
Seemed destined to be such a stud. Never worked out that way. I'm sure the constant position switches didn't help. I wish him the very best in all he does going forward.
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