LSU football has signed a transfer offensive lineman out of the Big Ten

LSU football has signed a transfer offensive lineman out of the Big Ten
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Former Maryland offensive lineman Mason Lunsford signed with LSU, The Advocate has learned. He will enroll this summer, adding depth to the interior offensive line.

Lunsford started for the last two years at Maryland before he entered the NCAA transfer portal. He signed with the Tigers after visiting campus last weekend. Lunsford has two years of eligibility.

LSU has been looking for an experienced offensive line transfer who can compete at center or guard. It missed out on Cincinnati center Jake Renfro and Miami center Jakai Clark before landing Lunsford.

Lunsford signed with Maryland as a three-star recruit. He turned into a key player on the Terps’ offensive line, starting 23 games over the last two seasons. Lunsford primarily played left guard.

LSU returned four of its five starters on the offensive line, but it lacks proven depth after four backups transferred during the offseason. Though the Tigers signed four freshmen who join the team this summer, they wanted to add an experienced option.


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