Nola.com is reporting that LSU freshman defensive tackle Travonte Valentine is eligible to practice with the Tigers during spring drills.

Valentine was allowed to join the team in October and has been practicing but was not eligible to play.
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Valentine, a 6-feet-3, 335-pounder from Miami who was ranked the No. 2 defensive tackle in the nation by Scout.com and No. 3 by Rivals.com, confirmed the news on his Facebook page and in his Twitter account, saying he scored a 2.5 grade point average during the fall semester and that he was prepping for spring drills.
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The puzzle is set and the pieces are moving.
Reply80 months
he'll have at least 3 years and thats all that matters
Reply80 months
Good job Travonte, keep working hard man.
Reply80 months
How is this any different than practicing during the fall? Cause he did that already
Reply80 months
I wonder what his classification is?
Reply80 months
excellent news!...hopefully, he is a beast like I think he will be...
Reply80 months
Glad to see his hard work pay off
Reply80 months
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