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LSU junior center Will Clapp met with the media on Tuesday and talked about his position coach Jeff Grimes who is taking the OC job at BYU after the Citrus Bowl.

Clapp said that he is really happy for coach Grimes and wasn't surprised when he heard that he would stick with the team through the Bowl Game.

"He’s the type of guy that’ll finish what he started," Clapp said.

The junior captain has not yet met with new LSU OL coach James Cregg but said he will meet with him after the NFL season wraps up.

Clapp also mentioned that the coaching change will not influence his decision to either forgo his senior season for the NFL Draft or stay in Baton Rouge for one more year.

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I like Clapp. Tough SOB that has manned up through alot of injuries. Would love to have him back for another year but he is probably NFL ready.
Reply40 months
There is also a lot to be said for playing your senior year when your position coach is an NFL coach. He will learn and upgrade his draft stock.
Reply40 months
I would suspect it is all about the draft grade he receives from the NFL. Unfortunately for us, it’s probably a 2nd. rd. grade. In which case, more than likely will enter the draft.
Reply40 months
Clapp's a Tiger, nuf said!
Reply40 months
Now the question remains... is Clapp the type of guy that’ll finish what he started.
Reply40 months
Yes, he will also finish the season playing in the bowl game.
40 months
Like be at LSU four years and graduate?
40 months
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