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Multiple sources are reporting that LSU freshman wide receiver Deion Smith is entering his name into the NCAA transfer portal.

Smith, a former four-star prospect from Jackson, Mississippi (Provine HS), played in six games this past season with 3 starts. He finished with 11 receptions for 186 yards and two touchdowns.

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WTF
Reply2 months
Kayshon Boutte, Jack Bech, Jaray Jenkins, Malik Nabers, Chris Hilton, Trey Palmer, Brian Thomas Jr. We are ok for next year, Very likely we will Paul one or two in from this class and possibly the portal so I’m not worried about Smith who literally had one good game against Central Michigan and disappeared the rest of the season
Reply2 months
We have had a culture problem in our program for some time now. The bogus Covid exemptions, opt-outs, and the transfer portal has made our culture even worse. Now the new generation of whining entitled frontrunners who jumped on the bandwagon when we had the greatest season in the history of college football, doesn't like it here. We aren't winning enough. LSU is hurting their draft stock. LOL!! These are the people that our new coach has to root out of our program. The "me 1st" players that bail or fake injury and hit the portal despite the fact that they were starters and a major reason for the program firing their beloved coach. They were responsible for the firing of O, now they want to bail. We win the title and everyone wants to cash in and leave. Our culture has been this way since Saban left. We finally have a coach that can actually compete with anyone in the living room. He is polished. He is organized and respected. We don't have to hide him or worry about what he might say in an interview. He sees through the bull shite. The cancerous players that want to run in the face of adversity in the name of "getting theirs" are selfish and not what we want to be part of our program anymore. Get lost to all the portal punks that want to run. Run chicken shits. Run!!!!
Reply2 months
I remember when Cecil Collins was at LSU along with Kevin Faulk and a local radio host was constantly slamming Dinardo for not playing “Cecil The Diesel” ahead of Faulk. He also slammed Faulk for having kids and living in married student housing with his unmarried “baby momma”. Well as it turned out nobody knew all the problems behind the scenes with Cecil Collins (peeping tom, breaking and entering). It also turned out that Kevin Faulk had gotten married and kept it low key. The point is that many times we see kids leave but we don’t see the entire picture. Brian Kelly was brought in to fix things and that is exactly what he is doing. If some of these players want to pack their shite and go then go. LSU will be fine.
Reply2 months
We will have 7-5 seasons for the next 2 years. The way it going now we will not have enough players on scholarship to play a game.
Reply2 months
The transfer portal works both ways. There is plenty of talent out there that may transfer to LSU.
2 months
Man these players jumping ship has nothing to do with NIL and everything to do with them being in their feelings about Coach O. I read a lot of LSU sites and a bunch of y'all either don't believe or understand the love this players have Coach O, this ish is real.
Reply2 months
Man, if only he didn't suck the last couple season while trying to bang anything with a pulse.
2 months
These are the guys that will bail on you when it gets rough.
Reply2 months
No, these are the guys that were committed and truly loved their Louisiana Cajun born HC.
2 months
Smith had a lot of promise. At the end of the day, we need guys who want to be at LSU.
Reply2 months
Here we go. Told you guys this was going to happen. BJ and Sage are next. They better find some NIL budget.
Reply2 months
Guess we need to pick up our NIL game
Reply2 months
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