LSU lands Maryland offensive line transfer with starting experience
On Tuesday, the Tigers joined what is already one of their most talented groups by signing the Maryland offensive line transfer. Mason Lunsford.
A 6-foot-7, 305-pound native from Olney, Maryland, Lunsford spent four years with the Terrapins, playing 26 starts in 29 games. He started all 13 games as a left back as a sophomore in 2021 and made 10 starts in 2022, missing 381 opportunities to block a pass.
LSU returns four of its five starters along the offensive line, including two starters in Miles Frazier And Garret Dellinger. However, the Tigers have lost a lot of their depth to the portal, and the addition of a player like Lunsford has bolstered the group a bit.
He will have two remaining years of the license.
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