Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
LSU junior linebacker Kwon Alexander will forego his senior year and enter the 2014 NFL Draft. He announced the news on Twitter Wednesday.

Alexander was LSU’s leading tackler this season, finishing with 90 tackles
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rookie pay scale is the reason kids aren't staying in school. why risk injury to move up when its not worth it on a rookie contract...
Reply81 months
I would to if I had to spend another year under Miles Dumb ass.
Reply81 months
What a loss for LSU Defensive unit... Don't let your dreams die. Best wishes in the NFl.
Reply81 months
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These kids kill me. One more year could make a significant improvement in pocketbook as well as pro career.

Nonetheless, good luck Kwon.
Reply81 months
he aint ready but ok
Reply81 months
I will be utterly shocked if he's drafted in top 4 rounds, but good luck. I new this was coming by his lack of play on the field against ND. He was not his in season self and then got promptly replaced by Debo.
Reply81 months
Good for him but one more year would have surely fattened his wallet. He had a great year and will be missed. Good luck Kwon!
Reply81 months
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