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LSU junior safety Todd Harris announced on social media Thursday that he will be returning to the team next season.

Harris, a junior from Plaquemine, La. played in all 10 games, with six starts this past season after missing most of 2019 with an ACL injury.

The departure of senior JaCoby Stevens means that Harris, along with Maurice Hampton Jr., Cameron Lewis, and Jordan Toles will hold down the back end of LSU's secondary in 2021. Incoming freshmen Sage Ryan, Derrick Davis, and Matthew Langlois could also be options for the Tigers next season.
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podnuh_: Unfinished business, let’s WORK
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Where he thinks he was going
Reply5 months
Lol he had no choice bad as he played!!!
Reply5 months
Glad he’s back.
Reply5 months
If he is 100% from the ACL setback look out!
Reply5 months
Negativity is the cornerstone of a lazy unproductive life. Ignore the haters and enjoy one of the best off-seasons in LSU football history! Geaux Tigers!!
Reply5 months
Good leadership and a quality player.
Reply5 months
We get good news and yet we have so many shitty posts on here? What's wrong with yall?
Reply5 months
Welcome back Mr. Harris. Geaux Tigers.
Reply5 months
There are a lot of a-holes in these comments. Are they really necessary? Why not just be happy for the kids that decide to stay in school and go on with the rest of your day?
Reply5 months
It's called telling the truth.
5 months
Three things to work on during the offseason, 1. tackling, 2. tackling and 3. tackling.
Reply5 months
Shouldn’t even be a story. If he left, he wouldn’t even get drafted. Thanks for the news
Reply5 months
I agree
5 months
Was this necessary? ..... Your post that is.... Kinda shitty.
5 months
Agreed, why are undraftable players a story? There’s been allot of those. Maybe it’s because TD is shocked that so many players are staying after this horrible season.
5 months
Terminator Todd
Reply5 months
awesome news
Reply5 months
I'm not trying to be negative, but I doubt he starts over Ryan and Davis. This is still great news though!
Reply5 months
Fair assessment. Supposedly Corey Raymond compared Ryan to Jamal Adams. Kid is going to be the next great safety.
5 months
please tell me this is the beginning of a change of culture to 4 years
Reply5 months
Omg omg will he wear #18? Omg omg
Reply5 months
STFU Beeeeaatch
5 months
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