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LSU junior wide receiver Devonta Lee has entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal, according to multiple sources.

Lee becomes the fifth LSU receiver to enter the portal, joining Koy Moore, Deion Smith, Trey Palmer (Nebraska), and Alex Adams (Akron).

The Fluker, La. native was a four-star prospect in the class of 2018 coming out of Amite HS.

He appeared in 13 games during the 2019 season, catching two passes for 27 yards. He played in eight games in 2020 but did not record any stats. This past season, Lee had nine receptions for 85 yards and 1 touchdown.

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I liked his effort but the team has players with better potential. He’s had a good run as a Tiger. I hope he finds a place and contributes to some wins
Reply2 hours
Lee loves LSU just didn't work out for him. Some of you people are fools.
Reply23 hours
I wish this young man the best in his future endeavors…Thanks for being a Tiger!
Reply1 day
It’s funny how he sends out the “heart felt” message and how he loves LSU but in the same breath he’s leaving!!! Bye!
Reply1 day
You don’t understand life.
3 hours
Many of us fans hate the transfer portal but if LSU’s football team has ever needed a complete cleansing it is NOW. Malaise and toxic are two words that describe LSU since that national championship night in January 2020. Between many players who developed a self importance selfish attitude beyond their team ( good example-LSU Cornerback Derek Stingley) to a coach whose arrogance and incompetence destroyed one of the best programs in America ( plus a specific assistant DB coach )the transfer portal is perfect. Getting rid of these malcontents and replacing them with athletes and coaches that care about ‘team’ will allow LSU to forward out of the abyss. Thanks AD Scott Woodward for starting the process.
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Hate that it didn’t work out for Lee but man, I like this WR room with Boutte, Nabers and Bech highlighting it.
Reply1 day
Teams may as well just have a period to trade players. It’s a joke.
Reply2 days
Lot are leaving...lot are coming in....tigers out, tigers in....its that time of year, one that hopefully forms bonds that will last forever...like Nick always says, it's a process...
Reply2 days
Had he just committed to safety he’d be in the league by now
Reply2 days
I've also liked Lee and really thought he'd be special here. Fact is, he's barely gotten on the field. I wish it had worked out better for everyone, but I wish him the best for being a Tiger.
Reply2 days
Mickey Joseph wasn't lying when he said they'd leave
Reply2 days
ALIGNED.
Reply2 days
You’re either a Tiger or you’re not. Bye Felicia!
Reply2 days
He only caught 2 more career passes than I did.
Reply2 days
You had 9 receptions at LSU?
2 days
GOOD RIDDANCE
Reply2 days
I’ll take those 7 guys plus the portal…let’s ride!
Reply2 days
Processed.
Reply2 days
Young man, it is unfortunate that you were never able to develop your chest here.
Reply2 days
Making room for all those Georgia transfer wideouts
Reply2 days
I like all the "God's plan" tweets but they couldn't tell you the last time they cracked a Bible or sat in a pew.
Reply2 days
Instead of passing judgement maybe you should pray for them. Wouldn't that be more Christ like?
2 days
They are recruited in the church. They know God. Believe it.
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