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LSU senior offensive guard Chasen Hines announced that he will forgo his remaining eligibility and enter the 2022 NFL Draft.

The Marshall, Texas signed with LSU in 2018 as a defensive tackle and transitioned to the offensive line during his freshman season. He started at right guard over the last two seasons.

LSU will now replace four offensive linemen from last year's squad with offensive tackle Cam Wire being the lone starting lineman from the 2021 group to return next season.

The Tigers signed four high school offensive linemen during the early signing period and signed FIU offensive tackle transfer Miles Frazier on December 19.

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texastigerr26 months
You know what, he has been here since 2018, gave it everything he had and is ready to move on. Good luck to him. The better he does in the NFL the better it is for LSU recruiting offensive linemen in the future.
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Da #1 Stunna26 months
As bad as our O-line has played the past 2 years, this means absolutely nothing. Makes you wonder if these guys are being told to get lost. If so, good. I am sick of the "me 1st" selfish, bail for the portal or draft ASAP. All of them can go. Done with those type guys.
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75503Tiger26 months
The guy played hard but the line was sad. He may make a lot of money watching NFL games from the sideline. UDFA
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Stew258126 months
Enjoy picking your team after the draft is over as an UDFA because you were not ready.
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HTF4U26 months
Good luck in the future young man
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yimbeaux26 months
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Lowes knowsLSU26 months
Most likely or a 6th or later round pick
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CanebreakCajun26 months
Didn't we know last week that he was leaving?
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