LSU unveiled its new incredible locker rooms Sunday evening to much fanfare. Nearly everyone that has seen them has responded with praise — but that’s not the reaction from everyone that has seen them.

After seeing the team’s new locker room, former standout LSU defensive back Eric Reid has called into question whether the program really needed the upgrade program’s locker room or not. Citing the fact that the NFL locker rooms he has shared since leaving Baton Rouge have never measured up to what LSU had years ago when he played for the Tigers, he has insight few would into the subject.

Reid started the final 26 games of his college career down in Baton Rouge before being selected with the No. 18 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers. During his playing career, Reid racked up 194 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, six interceptions, 11 pass breakups and recovered a pair of fumbles for the Tigers. Off the field, Reid made All-SEC Academic Honor Roll twice.

To no surprise, his comments after seeing the new locker room quickly went to the compensation that the athletes at LSU receive, or more accurately, can’t receive in college.

Here was Reid’s first response to LSU’s new locker room:

The former LSU standout didn’t stop there, however, he continued to make his point by challenging one of the program’s reporters:

Then Reid responded to a fan:

What do you make of this reaction from Reid?