Anthony Bradford, an LSU offensive line, has announced plans for next season.

The offensive guard, a redshirt junior who started 12 games this season, announced his decision to enter the NFL Draft in an Instagram post. Bradford is the only starting offensive lineman to announce his departure, as the Tigers return an experienced group in 2023. Garrett Dellinger, who battled through injuries to play at center and guard, started in 6 of his 9 appearances, and could replace Bradford.

Bradford, with a 6-foot-5, 345-pound frame, thanked his mother and current and former coaches who helped him along the way

“The only way I know how to repay you guys is by making you proud,” he wrote.

Before this season, Bradford made 5 career starts, all coming in 2021, and had 16 career appearances coming into this season.


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