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LSDBU
Member since Aug 2019
151 posts

Does Stingley play a snap at LSU next year?

or are we looking at a full year opt out?


Lsuhoohoo
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Member since Sep 2007
85379 posts

Nope. He'll opt out. Respect his business decision.


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rrboy
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I hope so


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BlackAngus
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Member since Jan 2020
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With all this opting out BS, why dont they just follow NCAA basketball and let them go pro after a year?


LSUAlum2001
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With all this opting out BS, why dont they just follow NCAA basketball and let them go pro after a year?


The majority of players need several years of physical development to be ready for the NFL. There are some who can make the jump, but most will be out on the street within a year or 2.

..and you can bet your arse agents will be whispering in every player's ear to make themselves a quick $.


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ALTiger
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Member since Nov 2009
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why dont they just follow NCAA basketball and let them go pro after a year?


Would be the end of college football as we know it, but we are quickly moving towards that.


SammyTiger
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Feb 2009
58062 posts

The Opt Outs are a Covid thing.

If he goes 2 years without an interception there is a chance someone passes him in the drafts


michael corleone
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baton rouge
Member since Jun 2005
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He won’t be a top 5 pick unless he plays next year. I think you will see fall out this year relative the “opt out” crowd. Lots of stock will fall bc of opting out. Stingley needs to show next year that he has gotten stronger , more physical and won’t get beat deep. He ball skills and short route coverage are other worldly. He loses guys at the release at times and it hurts him on the deep routes with the better receivers.


SammyTiger
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Member since Feb 2009
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He loses guys at the release at times and it hurts him on the deep routes with the better receivers.


That really happened like 1 time last year

He’s really good but he wasn’t so good this year he can not play next year and not drop a little bit.



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Geaux_Tigers_08
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Respect his decision!!!!!

Yes, he'll opt out and people will praise him for quitting on his team and university.


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saturncube21
Member since Nov 2015
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Not if he gets the deal Chase got from his agent


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Cd104444
Member since Aug 2019
775 posts

Yes he’s a true junior he will be back


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Cd104444
Member since Aug 2019
775 posts

With all do respect I think you have his weaknesses the complete opposite. He’s great covering downfield throws outside of the bama game against Devonta smith as his 4.3 speed and ball skills helps him stick to guys downfield. Where he loses is in breaking routes as van Jefferson best him on in breaking routes multiple times against Florida as well as George Pickens. He also has a tendency to not be physical at the LOS


Tshiz
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5769 posts

Shut the frick up


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animalcracker
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2010
1549 posts

As soon as they "opt out" their scholarship should be pulled.
This post was edited on 12/1 at 3:24 pm


tigerbru17
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No. Look for Gilbert to bail after a few TD’s as well.


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memphis tiger
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Memphis, TN
Member since Feb 2006
20720 posts

If there’s smoke there’s fire.

If it’s being talked about then he’s gone.


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drexyl
LSU Fan
Mingovia
Member since Sep 2005
22351 posts

Once we’re out of contention for any sort of a championship he’s gonna “opt out” and start preparing for the draft. Ever since he was a kid he dreamed of playing in the NFL . Respect his decision jerk.
This post was edited on 12/1 at 3:28 pm


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memphis tiger
LSU Fan
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Member since Feb 2006
20720 posts

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Would be the end of college football as we know it, but we are quickly moving towards that.


College football as we know it ended with Covid. The opt out door can’t be closed.


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memphis tiger
LSU Fan
Memphis, TN
Member since Feb 2006
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Yes, he'll opt out and people will praise him for quitting on his team and university


If he leaves in the offseason I don’t have much problem with it. Guys quitting mid season is a bigger issue.


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