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Former LSU offensive tackle Willie Allen has reportedly committed to Louisiana Tech.

The former 2016 four-star recruit from River Ridge, LA (John Curtis) spent the past season at Tyler Junior College in Tyler, TX.

LSU banned Allen from transferring to any SEC schools and also TCU as the coaching staff believed there was illegal contact between a TCU staff member and Allen while he was enrolled at LSU and a part of the football team.



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9 Comments
What was his story again? What led to LSU getting rid of him?
Reply3 months
How do you spell Louisiana again? Because TD damn sure didn't spell it right.
Reply3 months
Did not spell "enrolled" correctly either.
3 months
Leo drunk at the keyboard?
Reply3 months
I hate when schools ban a kid from transferring somewhere. That rule has to be changed.
Reply3 months
Not when they suspected TCU of recruiting him while he was still a part of LSU.
3 months
Hmmmmmm. He went to JUCO and ended up at tech? Was that his best offer?
Reply3 months
Don't let this last season fool you. Tech is a good football team, and he's a great get for them. They are offensive as heck, and he'll have a great chance to showcase his pass-blocking abilities there.
3 months
Wasn't the question. He was a 4 * and wanted by all. Goes to JUCO and then goes to tech. Either no bigs wanted him and /or tech was his best offer. Let's be honest, it's a fall from grace either way. Doesn't mean he won't be great, it's just telling he has signed with tech instead of any other school in America besides LSU or TCU
3 months
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