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Former 4-Star LSU WR Enters NCAA Transfer Portal

LSU Tigers player Dee Anderson dropping the ball.

COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS - NOVEMBER 24: Dee Anderson #11 of the LSU Tigers drops the ball as Myles Jones #10 of the Texas A&M Aggies defends during the second quarter at Kyle Field on November 24, 2018 in College Station, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)

As the Peach Bowl approaches, the LSU Tigers have learned that former four-star wideout Dee Anderson has entered the NCAA transfer portal.

Coming out of high school, Anderson received 14 scholarship offers. He was listed as the No. 185 overall recruit and No. 37 wide receiver from his class, per 247Sports.

Back in the fall, LSU coach Ed Orgeron revealed that Anderson was suspended due to a conditioning issue. That suspension ended up lasting the entire year.

Even though Anderson's tenure with the Tigers didn't finish on the right note, the talented wide receiver will look for another opportunity elsewhere.

Matt Zenitz of is reporting that Anderson has entered the transfer portal.

Anderson has one season of eligibility remaining.

Last season, Dee Anderson had 20 receptions for 274 yards and a touchdown. The six-foot-five wideout should have plenty of programs interested in his services.

Fortunately for LSU, the offense didn't take a huge hit from losing Anderson this season due to its abundance of playmakers at wide receiver. Ja'Marr Chase, Justin Jefferson and Terrace Marshall Jr. all played integral roles on offense.

Stay tuned for more updates on Anderson and where he could play college football next year.