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LSU's depth in the secondary got an immediate boost this week with the arrival of graduate transfer Terrence Alexander, who was spotted chatting with head coach Ed Orgeron during Friday's Elite Camp.

Alexander, a native of New Orleans, LA (John Curtis HS), spent the last four season's at Stanford but missed most of us senior year due to an injury and has been granted a final year of eligibility.

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madddoggydawg73 months
I find it hard to believe he won't start when we don't have anyone with experience outside Greedy.
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Fearlessleadr773 months
I have a good feeling about Kary Vincent... he’s Donte Jackson again basically. Probably a 4.3 guy. Injuries in the secondary scare me tho
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Fightin Okra73 months
Is that Carlton???
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KennabraTiger73 months
“...last four season’s...” smh
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Covingtontiger7773 months
Now this is awesome! Terrance has a degree from one of the great universities in the world and he gets to come play ball for his home state school as well! Dude can write his ticket with that Stanford degree! Pretty dang sweet if you ask me. Good on him!
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy73 months
Nailed it.
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Barbellthor73 months
This is huge. He is big time depth for relief and spot starting. The drop off in talent if Greedy goes down is greatly reduced.
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TigerAxeOK73 months
Good deal. Kid will likely be a very serviceable backup. Lord knows we need the depth.
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