Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports
Many senior student-athletes across the country had their college careers come to an abrupt end on Thursday when the NCAA announced that they would be canceling the remaining winter and spring championships.

One of those athletes was LSU guard Skylar Mays, a Baton Rouge native that made a tremendous impact during his four years at LSU on-and-off the court.

On Thursday evening, Mays took to social media to send out this farewell message to fans:



quote:

sky.mays: Grateful #4Out


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Mays is one of my favorite Tigers of all time, and not only for what he did on the court. He's the ultimate role model for kids, in every way.
Reply3 months
Class...
Reply3 months
A great LSU Tiger.
Reply3 months
That sucks that he didn't even get to play int eh postseason his last year after returning.
Reply3 months
Much respect to Skylar, his teammates and his family. Hell of a representation of LSU.
Reply3 months
This is so wrong. Sky has given four years to this school and then a beaurocratic organization takes away his last postseason... there’s gotta be another way.
Reply3 months
It's unfortunate for him, but it's the practical thing to do for the well being of the entire population. We will all have to make sacrifices in the short term.
3 months
It truly is stupid. There is no reason to cancel any NCAA activities.
3 months
Practical to postpone, but not cancel. Not yet.
3 months
I would've liked to seen how he finished. They showed flashes of greatness this year. We can only wish on what would've happened if they sparked and made a run.
Reply3 months
A man named Skylar?
Reply3 months
Yep and probably has more guts and surely more smarts than you ever thought of having otherwise you wouldn't ask such a stupid question.
3 months
Mays, you're loved by every tiger fan there is. You were a great kid and now you're a great man. Brilliant, hard working, mature, talented. These words discribe mays and embroider the standard of class we all want to see from our student athletes. You were a great leader for us and won't be forgotten. Thanks for being a Tiger man.
Reply3 months
that word you're groping for is "embody". not "embroider", FFS
3 months
Do you feel superior and a little less insecure dormrat? I hope so my man. Hope you find your confidence one day.
2 months
That Instagram photo is awesome
Reply3 months
Love love LOVE me Skylar Mays. Shame it ended like this. I hope he can carve out a nice NBA career, but if not, he will be Excel in the medical field. He's not the best tiger player ever but he's my favorite one. Great career young man! Been an honor to watch you grow as a player and person.
Reply3 months
Legendary
Reply3 months
One of the Tiger greats
Reply3 months
Skylar Mays!!!! Terrific player....greater person!!! Will always be one of my favorite players. Good luck on your future endeavors!!
Reply3 months
Skylar, thank you for being a Tiger.
Reply3 months
My man!
Reply3 months
Is that michael Jackson with his hair on fire in bottom pic?
Reply3 months
nope. it’s Marlon Taylor. really upset this didn’t make the news. prayers to MT and his family and hopes for a speedy recovery.
3 months
Shouldn’t have ended like this...
Reply3 months
Wish they could get another year of eligibility over this. But then again, Skylar would prolly have 7 more degrees if they did lol
Reply3 months
Why shouldn’t they? If the NCAA pulls this stunt with football there will be a riot.
3 months
Great career Wish u the best in your future endeavors Once a Tiger Always a Tiger!! Good Luck!!!
Reply3 months
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