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Brody Miller with The Athletic is reporting that LSU junior defensive back Jordan Toles has entered the NCAA Transfer Portal.

The former four-star prospect from Baltimore, Md. (St. Frances Academy) was set to enter his third year with the Tigers this season. He played in eight games during his true freshman season in 2020 and saw action in six games last season.

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Good luck Jordan and thanks for being a Tiger
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He could be a great Safety at Maryland.
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And he could suck
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Not shocking. Said this many times didn't understand how some of the younger guys refused to enter the portal since S looked lost. Explains why we're targeting so many safeties in this recruiting class.
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Don’t bring logic and common sense into this. Look at all the “feel gooders” who think you can’t say anything they deem as negative because they have a “feel good” standard. Oh by the way, you are correct.
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Or rob62…. Maybe just maybe LSU just got a new staff and maybe just maybe he doesn’t fit the new defense? This is how I know you idiots know nothing about football. Not a damn thing. You can put this sucky player in a new defense and at a new place and all of a sudden they don’t suck anymore? I wonder why that is? Probably because they don’t actually suck. But your little brain can’t think of anything else to say or call it so he just sucks. Lol This guy could leave here in August, go play a role for Auburn or A&M in Oct. and be the player who decided a football game between us. Now you’ll be saying our coaches suck. Which isn’t true. It’s simply your little brain at work. Not your fault. If a guy really sucks, I have no issue saying it but I won’t say that for every player who leaves LSU and was a top rated player in the country. Auburn has turned guys like this in the past into really good LBs. Our defense doesn’t fit this dude. Period. Nothing feel good about it, it’s a fact.
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If the reason is that his skill set is not suited to our defense now, then transferring makes sense for both sides. But just “he never found a role” sounds hollow for a guy who saw lots of playing time his first two years. There was a time when players weren’t even expected to be starters until their junior years.
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I can’t blame him, the db Room is pretty good and there is depth. He needs to get a spot where he play and be able to make it to the league. The kid is very talented but with who all CBK brought in he was going to have limited time. Good luck young man!
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Damn dude had a lot of upside, was hoping he would be the backups to both safety positions. Next man up!
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He is very talented and will not have a problem landing on a good team. I just hope he doesn’t land in the same division, like Arkansas.
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"Hello?" "Hey, Jordan? It's Mickey Joseph..."
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At the end of the day, when you're not as good as the people in front of you, you don't get to play as much.
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prophetic
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Man, that’s deep….
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Most likely will go back home to Maryland. That would be a good spot for him honestly as he’d probably start there this year. Wish the kid luck. Sorry it didn’t work out at LSU but that’s the nature of SEC football. You have to be the very best of the best to play in this division.
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peace be the journey, Jordan
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here here. (you dead?)
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Big East is probably more chill
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Lol yup
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chRxis
Are you referring to Joe Burrow who actually Graduated from Ohio State and was a grad transfer ?
Yeh apples to oranges…
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I remember hearing his name all off-season as one of Coach Os hyped up true freshman. He didn't play at all despite us being terrible on defense. I was clamoring to get in against Auburn when we were getting waxed. Very first play was an 8o yard TD over his head. Stopped expecting him to contribute after that.
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You guys are idiots man. This dude was never a cover type of safety. He was always a run stopping and blitzing type of safety that we sometimes used in our old defenses. This new system just doesn’t fit his talent but that doesn’t mean the kid isn’t very talented. He can be valuable to the right type of defense. This defense asks everyone to cover and be balanced at stopping the run also. That’s not his thing. He was never going to be a great cover guy here unless something miraculous happened, which sometimes does happen and you get a really good player. That was probably the hope and we’d use him near the LOS or in the run game until then. Not everyone that transfers can’t hack it or sucks. It’s not necessary to imply this.
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Processed
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He wasn’t going to play.
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Bye tiger bait
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Bye..Another one could not hack it...You sign with LSU you stick to your commitment through thick and thin.
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does the same apply to Ohio State? just wondering if you judge all players that transfer because they couldn't "hack it" at their original college choice the same way or not...
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I'm sorry no one loves you
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Dude, how many jobs have you been through in your life?
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Another quitter.
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Because I’m sure you’ve never quit anything. (Expecting a self-righteous lie in response).
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Or he figured he might get more playing time elsewhere if he's behind a really talented DB crew.
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