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LSU senior linebacker Micah Baskerville announced on his Instagram account Tuesday that he is returning for one final season.

The Shreveport, La. native recorded a career-high 83 tackles, nine tackles for a loss, three sacks, four passes defended, and one interception this past season.

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oh hell yeah! we ridin'!
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Nice. Watch for the Damone Clark bump from Baskerville. He was close this year. Smart move Micah !!
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This is huge!
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BOOM!!
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Hound of the Baskerville is back!!!!
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He has been solid for us, next year he could be a star
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Always liked Baskerville. Hoping for him to become the great Tiger LB to blow up in his final year.
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*next great
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Making his play for the first round. This is smart
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Lots of respect for this kid
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This
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Great news.
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More good news!
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Guys like he and Jenkins coming back is huge. Any word on Allie Gaye? I hope he returns
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I think they had to declare by yesterday. I imagine he is staying.
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Fantastic news!!
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He will be a Major Playmaker for LSU Next Year.
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Really glad to see the ones that should come back, are coming back. There are a few more that probably should have but they’ll find out real soon that once you’ve made that decision, it’s not a game anymore, it’s strictly business! I wish the best for them all but man I hate when I see some Tigers fail to make a roster and regret not coming back for that one more year of college which you will never get back. I wish fellow Tigers would come back to talk to these guys and let them know the truth about it. I know it’s hard and exciting times but that’s all the reason to come back and learn as much as you possibly can before declaring for the NFL.
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I remember LSU had two stud linebackers, Brady James and Trev Faulk. Brady stayed for his senior year and Trev elected to leave his junior. Brady got drafted high and had a great NFL career. Trev didn't. This always figures in my thoughts when I see players stay or leave early.
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