Steve Franz - LSU Athletics
LSU junior cornerback Mannie Netherly has decided to remain with the team after previously entering his name in the NCAA transfer portal, according to coach Ed Orgeron. Per The Advocate:
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Junior cornerback Mannie Netherly entered the portal on March 12, and Orgeron said he returned to the team. Netherly practiced with LSU on Thursday.

The transfer portal became an option in October, giving Division I athletes the ability to transfer to a different school and receive a scholarship without asking their original school for permission.
Netherly originally committed to LSU in 2017 as a four-star wide receiver from Crosby, TX but quickly transitioned to the secondary during his freshman season.

He appeared in 11 games in 2018 as the third team cornerback and recorded three total tackles.

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Damm, make up your mind and stop with the games. All in our all out!!!
Reply26 months
Man I am so happy to hear CB Mannie Netherly has removed his name from the transfer portal and returned to the team. I felt more sorry when Netherly entered the portal than any of the other players because as a CB he was a former WR and he's 6'3" 200+ lbs he has the perfect size Coach Corey Raymond dreams of. Now if he can get down the nuances of playing the CB position he can be one hell of an asset to the LSU Tigers. GEAUX TIGERS!!!!!!!!!!PURPLEREIGN????????
Reply26 months
Dude stfu, there was no bull shite in his system. A promise hes more tiger than you.
Reply26 months
Watched him play in HS. He was awesome AF and all over the field. Would love to see him make some big plays this year.
Reply26 months
Welcome back Mr. Netherly. Its players like u which make a team be a team. Now go earn your spot in the secondary. Geaux Tigers.
Reply26 months
Glad to hear that. Hopefully he has got all of this bull shite out of his system...either you are a Tiger or you are not a Tiger. There is no in between.
Reply26 months
Stfu
26 months
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