Several LSU football stars declare for 2020 NFL Draft
BATON ROUGE - Many of the LSU football team's underclassmen are forgoing their senior year to enter the NFL.
On Wednesday, Grant Delpit was among the first to declare for the NFL Draft.
Shortly after Delpit's announcement, linebacker Patrick Queen confirmed he too was heading to the draft.
LSU will have to replace two inside linebackers next season, Jacob Phillips announced his plans to go pro.
Man makes his plans, God guides his steps pic.twitter.com/edxSmzr0wq— JP6 (@jacobphillips_1) January 15, 2020
Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire says he is entering the draft too.
Proverbs 1:7 ???? pic.twitter.com/D2F7U1gSSP— 22 (@Clydro_22) January 16, 2020
Wide receiver Justin Jefferson announced his decision to enter the draft just before 4:00 p.m.
JJettas taking off! pic.twitter.com/GERx4dm98z— JJETS?? (@JJettas2) January 15, 2020
Center Lloyd Cushenberry also announced he was leaving for the NFL later that same afternoon.
Offensive tackle Saahdiq Charles also declared for the draft Wednesday.
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Linebacker K'Lavon Chaisson was the latest to announce his departure Friday.
Jeremiah 29:11 pic.twitter.com/VER76ri70L— K’Lavon Chaisson (@S4CKGURU) January 17, 2020
Tight end Thaddeus Moss also declared Friday.
TE Thaddeus Moss is headed to the NFL https://t.co/jc6xlpJlpv— Reggie Chatman Jr. (@ReggieChatman) January 17, 2020
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