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Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
LSU senior offensive tackle Austin Deculus announced Monday that he will return to the team next year for his fifth and final season of eligibility.

Deculus is the fourth starting offensive lineman from the 2020 roster to announce that he is returning and joins a long list of veteran players that will be back next season.

LSU Players Returning:
C Liam Shanahan - Sr.
RG Chase Hines - Jr.
LG Ed Ingram - Jr. (RS)
DE Ali Gaye - Jr.
DE Andre Anthony - Sr.
DT Neil Farrell - Sr.
DT Glen Logan - Sr.
WR Jontre Kirklin - Sr.
WR Jaray Jenkins - So. (RS)
OT Austin Deculus - Sr.

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Thank you sir !
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Incredible!
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He’s a great guy. Glad he is coming back.
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Fawk yeah
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Welcome back, Big Fella! Fantastic news for Tiger fans and the offensive line. There is no bigger key to winning football than continuity and leadership from the trenches! Four returning OL starters! Big thanks to Austin Deculus! We comin’...back!
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Exactly. I remember after my freshman season I went to varsity for their playoffs and skipped jv. Its very relieving to have guys on the line who know what they're doing when the big lights come on.
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Most players coming back are late round draft choices or free agent players
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Who cares. This is best time of their lives. And, they want to play at LSU.
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Arkansas suck lol
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Oh sorry. Hope we didn't upset you.
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Big time re-recruitment happening with this staff...nice work...finally!!!! This is how you build a consistent program
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Great ??
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Great news
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Great news to hear....can't have too many good offensive linemen!
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Loyalty is priceless!
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True Tiger
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Now THAT is a surprise!
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Not really. He doesn't need to improve his size. He needs to improve technique. He has plenty of stock improvement he can make.
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Maybe he won't get his arse whipped again next year on shirt ydg plays
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Both lines will be stout next season. Hope we can pick up some portal guys though.
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As opposed to doing what?
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Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh........... going to the NFL?!
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I get he needs to work on his pass blocking but shut the frick up kid.
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Hitting the NFL... living out a dream... making more than you do on your shift at Sonic??
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Really big for this team. Awesome news!
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Worst offensive lineman in the conference. How he plays is beyond me.
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a-hole.
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Well, sounds like coachw thinks he can suit up. I leaning towards coache got cut from JV ball, switched to band and has been miserable ever since.
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He has bad footwork, technique, and lateral movement. This is a coaching problem. With proper coaching and another year, he can be very valuable to some NFL team. He still seems like a great kid, with a good attitude. I wish Andrew Whitworth could coach him for his senior year.
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Adds depth. Will be slotted as a guard at the next level.
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Needs to get his degree
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Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard
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