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LSU senior safety Eric Monroe entered his name into the transfer portal over the weekend, according to multiple sources.

Monroe, a native of Houston, Texas, played in 12 games last year and made seven tackles. He appeared in 29 games for the Tigers from 2017-2019 with one start.

Monroe is set to graduate this summer and be immediately eligible as a graduate transfer.

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23 Comments
First him, then Brooks next. will Stingly do it all?
Reply10 months
Was always a fan, wanted him to be a success with the Tigers, but competition is tough at DBU. I hope he finds success, as long as not with another SEC school! Wish he would consider another school in Louisiana!
Reply11 months
Dave Aranda says come on over!
Reply11 months
he was a senior and sitting 2nd chair to JaCoby Stevens, why leave? He may have not been a starter but in this world if you can not beat one guy ahead of you, you will not beat 45 other players for an NFL position. Why leave? If JS gets hurt you next man up.
Reply11 months
Such a great comment thread, then you showed up.
11 months
So he can play and start one more year somewhere duhhh
11 months
Good for him. Just a tich slower first step than the others around him. DBU is LSU after all...
Reply11 months
Best of luck
Reply11 months
I just don’t understand what he wasn’t able to do to break through here. Best of luck to the young man, he broke through as a student!
Reply11 months
Always heard great things and heck of a team player. Its not like he transferred after 1-2 years. Good luck to the dude. He is going to do good at life.
Reply11 months
I hope he does great wherever he goes.
Reply11 months
Baylor lock. I hope he does well.
Reply11 months
Best of Luck!!!
Reply11 months
He has the talent to be a starter somewhere for sure. Awesome job getting the degree I hope he has an opportunity to show his talents next season.
Reply11 months
Good luck sir. Nothing wrong with getting a degree and finding more playing time elsewhere.
Reply11 months
I really thought Eric was going to have a great career here when he was signed but it just didn’t work out. Props to him for still working hard and getting his degree. Good luck at your next stop Eric and thanks for being a Tiger
Reply11 months
I hope he lands in a good spot and has success and gets a shot at the next level. He always kept his head down and stepped in when needed. Best of luck to him.
Reply11 months
Best of luck Eric.
Reply11 months
It never quite worked out for him on the field here, but good on him for soon graduating.
Reply11 months
It seemed to me that he was a lot better than his playing time. Obviously, I am not a coach or an expert.
Reply11 months
Had high hopes for him. Good fortunes going forward, young man.
Reply11 months
Thanks for being a Tiger and all the best in the future.
Reply11 months
He was a real student athlete and wish him well in the future
11 months
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