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LSU outside linebacker Ray Thornton has entered his name into the NCAA Transfer Portal, according to Matt Zenitz with AL.com.

Thornton, a senior from Killeen, Texas, will be able to take advantage of the NCAA’s free year of eligibility and finish his college career elsewhere.

The former four-star prospect played in nine games this past season, recording five total tackles, two sacks, and two tackles for loss.

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His arms look kinda small. Do you even lift Ray?
Reply17 months
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Ray Thornton still has eligibilty?? Isn't he like 30 or something??
Reply17 months
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Ray Thornton, on November 9, 2019 inside of Bryant Denny Stadium inTuscaloosa, Alabama, you will always be remembered for recovering Tua’s fumble in the first quarter inside of LSU’s red zone. Thank you and Good Luck in your collegiate and professional life.
Reply18 months
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The definition of blah. He's very average and has never stood out with his athleticism. I think he is talented though, just not top tier and flashy. Hope the best for him.
Reply18 months
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What do you guys think? Maybe he will go to Baylor or TCU and be a stud.
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Yeah sorry about that. Connectivity issues
18 months
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Or SMU
18 months
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What do you guys think? Maybe he will go to Baylor or TCU and be a stud.
Reply18 months
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What do you guys think? Maybe he will go to Baylor or TCU and be a stud.
Reply18 months
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Good luck, Ray! I can see you going to Baylor or TCU and being a stud
Reply18 months
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The elusive quintuple post. Sorry guys lol
18 months
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Good luck, Ray! I can see you going to Baylor or TCU and being a stud
Reply18 months
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forever a champion. good luck ray
Reply18 months
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forever a champion. good luck ray
Reply18 months
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forever a champion. good luck ray
Reply18 months
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I hope he has a great year next year. I never really understood why he never caught on he is a specimen. Maybe a extra year and reset will let him shine in a different system and coach
Reply18 months
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Well....bye.
Reply18 months
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Good luck to you Ray, thanks for playing hard and thanks for being a Tiger
Reply18 months
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Godspeed to you, son. Get that piece of paper, too!
Reply18 months
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You mean a diploma. “piece of paper” sounds so ignorant.
17 months
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Godspeed Ray! Thank you for being a Tiger.
Reply18 months
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Killeen, Tx isn't far from Waco...where Baylor/Aranda is.
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Gotta wish a guy like him all the best. Stayed through his Senior year. Worked his tail off. Now he’s trying to go give it another go and see if he can get a shot. Good for him. Always a Tiger.
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I hope it works out. Thanks for the Bama game (2019).
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