Former LSU wide receiver commit Da'Monte Coxie from Reserve, LA (East St. John) is set to enroll at Memphis, according to Jimmy Smith with

Coxie was originally committed to the 2016 LSU class but did not sign with the Tigers on National Signing Day.

The 6-foot-3, 185-pounder was a long-time LSU commitment, but due to an academic situation that caused Coxie to be a late qualifier, the Tigers were not an option this late in the process. Alabama and other programs were keeping tabs on Coxie, but ultimately it was Memphis University that extended an offer to the playmaker.

"I am feeling a sense of relief," Coxie said. "I'm ready to ball and that is about it."
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Wanted to play for LSU but didn't have the academic requirements together in time. Nothing to see here.
Reply56 months
I think we'll be fine at the WR position
Reply56 months
At some point these transfers are gonna start biting us right in the behind.
Reply56 months
Not a transfer.
56 months
LSU Patrick gets it.
56 months
Reading is not your thing! He never signed with us therefore he cannot transfer out.
56 months
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