June 14, 2024

 LSU CB  Reveals Transfer Destination

Harris will return to the state of Texas after joining his new program, departed Baton Rouge after one season.

Former LSU cornerback Denver Harris has revealed his Transfer Portal destination after one season in Baton Rouge. Harris has joined the UTSA program.

A five-star recruit in the 2022 cycle, Harris will now enroll in his third school in three years after stints with Texas A&M and LSU over the last two seasons.

Harris has stolen headlines with off the field issues during his two seasons in college with an opportunity to boost his stock with UTSA in 2024.

The LSU program has seen several members of the 2023 roster reveal their Transfer Portal destinations this offseason.

The LSU Transfer Portal Tracker and Their Destinations:

CB Duce Chestnut: Syracuse

The Syracuse transfer’s time in Baton Rouge was short-lived, playing in less than a handful of games, and will now search for his third home in three years.

Chestnut, along with Texas A&M transfer Denver Harris, have been away from the team for over two months as they navigate their next chapter.

Now, Chestnut reveals his next move after entering the free agency market. Harris’ status remains up in the air.

“You know, we’ll have to sit down. We have not sat down with them,” Brian Kelly said of both Chestnut and Denver Harris. “We’re going to wait until the end of the semester and then we’ll sit down and have individual conversations with both of them.”

WR Jalen Brown: Florida State

The former 4-star receiver out of the Sunshine State will have four seasons of eligibility remaining.

In his final season of prep football, Brown totaled 22 catches, 401 yards and three touchdowns in just six games. He was injured for two games as a senior and had two other games cancelled. For his high school career, he caught 111 passes for 2,396 yards and 25 touchdowns.

Now, the Top 80 prospect in the 2023 recruiting class has found his new home after a short stint in the Transfer Portal.

RB Armoni Goodwin: UAB

Goodwin, who did not receive any snaps this season for the Tigers, has battled injuries throughout his time with the program which saw his status on the depth chart drop significantly.

As a true freshman in 2021, Goodwin record 16 carries for 65 yards and zero touchdowns, but coming into Year 2 with the Tigers, he received significant snaps.

Goodwin entered the year as the Tigers’ RB1 before a knee injury ended his season early. In his sophomore campaign, he totaled 45 carries for 267 yards and five touchdowns.

Once back in a rhythm during Fall Camp in 2023, Goodwin remained a player moving at half speed coming off of an injury.

Now, the former Top 150 prospect in America will head home to play for Trent Dilfer’s UAB Blazers.

EDGE Quency Wiggins: Colorado

Former LSU defensive end Quency Wiggins has revealed his transfer destination after a short stint in the NCAA Transfer Portal. Wiggins, a youngster with significant upside, will head up to Colorado to suit up for Deion Sanders and the Buffaloes.

The former four-star, Top 50 prospect in the 2022 cycle, was a coveted player for the Tigers during the recruitment process.

One of the top defensive ends in America, the expectations were that Wiggins’ development would hit at an efficient rate, but without a defensive line coach this season, his growth was stunted.

A raw, versatile defensive lineman, Wiggins became a hot commodity in the Transfer Portal.

A player who still has all of the intangibles of being an effective player at a Power Five program, the former blue-chipper now finds a new home with Sanders and Co.

DL Fitzgerald West: Undecided

It’s been a unique two years in the purple and gold for West after switching from both sides of the ball during his time in Death Valley.

During the 2023 season, he made the transition to defense where he felt comfortable moving forward. Despite a lack of playing time, West has found his position for the future.

“I like it. I’m used to it. I’ve been playing it almost all my life so it’s natural for me,” West said. “I’d say the transition learning plays and stuff though, it’s not too hard for me. I pretty much know the scheme, so I know my assignment every play.”

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