Senior Joe Burrow is the biggest star of LSU and college football. Now it is final that he will not be back in the next season of Baton Rouge. But, with him, two more people added who will be absent from the Tigers’ 2020. Two underclassmen are selected in the first overall NFL draft pick.
Safety Grant Delpit and linebacker Patrick Queen will not be available next season. Both of them wrote the letter to their LSU fans. They thanked their fans for their supports. They shared this information on their personal Instagram page as an official announcement.
Delpit had the injuries throughout 2019. But, he finishes his career in the right way. 199 tackles, 17.5 tackles for loss, 24 passes defended, 8 interceptions and 7 sacks he had in three-years. He is a Top 20 pick, according to DraftWire.
This season Queen was known as a starter of the season. He has 85 tackles and 12 losses in the 2019 season. Collectively he made one interception, one fumble recovery, and three sacks in the season.
Tigers safety Grant Delpit is one of the Jim Thorpe Award winners. He is the first player to make in the NFL draft. Having so much of injury still, Delpit was the best defensive backs in college football.