Update from LSU SID Michael Bonnette via Twitter:
Original Article:
Four-star LSU freshman defensive tackle Travonte Valentine announced on Twitter Monday that he has been cleared to play by the NCAA. His High School coach confirmed the news as well.
Valentine, a 6-foot-3, 330-pounder out of Florida is expected to arrive at LSU on Tuesday and will begin practice either on Tuesday or Wednesday.

He will not be be allowed to participate in full pads until his fifth day of practice as part of the NCAA’s mandated, four-day acclimation period rule.
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ULSU ULSU ULSU!
Reply40 months
Jesus.
Reply40 months
ULS stacked, LSU fricked
Reply40 months
Just cause he doesn't read good, or spell, doesn't mean he's not gonna wreck shop.

Can't spell :nana: without two n's


:pimp:
Reply40 months
USL is gonna be pissed when they find out we have been telling recruits that we're the real ULS
Reply40 months
Hopefully they can teach him to spell Louisiana correctly! Welcome to LSU Mr. Valentine!
Reply40 months
Change the header to say play instead pay.
Reply40 months
Great news for ULSU.
Reply40 months
God, I hope these kids are joking around when they say/write "University of Louisiana State."
Reply40 months
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