LSU left tackle La’el Collins has decided to stay at LSU for his senior season.

The giant tackle, who weight 315 pounds and stands 6 ft 5, decided to stay in school after starting for 25 games that he could have featured in.

It hasn’t been a good off-season for LSU fans in terms of juniors decided to go to the draft, with star wide receivers Odell Beckham Jr, Jarvis Landry, star redshirt sophomore running back Jeremy Hill, and Collins’ cohort on the offensive line, Trai Turner, deciding that it would be time to go pro.

On the defensive side, defensive tackles Anthony Johnson and Ego Ferguson both opted to go pro.

BOTTOM LINE: Collins’ decision is going to keep LSU’s inexperienced offensive line intact for the 2014 season, which will help starting running back [Add name here] and starting quarterback, projected to be Anthony Jennings. With the wide receiving talent going pro, LSU’s going to be depending a lot on the rush.

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