LSU cornerback Mannie Netherly announced on Twitter Monday afternoon that he has officially entered his name into the NCAA Transfer Portal.

Netherly previously ented the transfer portal back on March 12 but quickly removed his name and practiced with the team during spring ball and fall camp.


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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Back in my day-you didn't go to the transfer portal because you got beat out for the job...you worked harder, and when your time came-you took advantage
Reply21 months
Never really made an impact on either side of the ball. Best of luck elsewhere
Reply21 months
Go get yourself some playing time Manny, too bad it didn’t work out here. Thanks for giving it your best and being a Tiger
Reply21 months
Seems dumb, he is just a sophomore and got some playing time last year. One or two guys go down and he's the guy. I hate the transfer portal.
Reply21 months
Obviously the kid just wants to play. I say try him as a punt/ko return man and see what he can do. If his hands were good enough to be a 4 star receiver then put him on the field
Reply21 months
The LB position is going to be the jaw dropper for most of y'all...I see Damone getting lots of playing time and possibly starting in Devin's old position...whereas Jacob or Queen will ultimately secure the starting role on the other side... Interesting, Queen was moved from that Rover position....I'm really hearing much noise of either from the Coaches!
Reply21 months
Corr: not hearing much noise
21 months
He would have been buried in the depth chart at receiver too
Reply21 months
He couldn’t beat out Kirklin or the true freshmen to be a top backup? This is as thin as we are ever going to be at his position and the guy bolts. I guess he will crush it in the SWAC
21 months
If he was a little more physical, he's be a great safety - but that would be yet another position change. At his size, though, moving to a lower division is like activating cheat mode in a video game. So few guys at that level with that combination of height, speed and skill. We have such an embarrassment of riches at the cornerback position, we often take it for granted.
21 months
Understand completely. Kid just got buried in the depth chart at both positions. Wish him well.
Reply21 months
True, but sometimes u have to know when to just make the move sever though...he would have been better off in someone's program this fall..
21 months
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