LSU’s line of scrimmage has received some massive boosts this offseason as the entire starting defensive line and four of five starters on the offensive line have announced they will return to Baton Rouge for another season.

Now we can add another player eager to return to Ed Orgeron’s program for another season as senior defensive back Todd Harris announced his decision to return in 2021

“Unfinished business, let’s WORK,” Harris posted on Thursday.

During his time at LSU, Harris has appeared in 25 games and registered 68 tackles and three interceptions. His 2019 season was cut short due to an ACL injury but he played in all 10 games for the Tigers last season.

If you were unaware, the NCAA has given all players the option of using the 2020 season as a free season of eligibility. That has given seniors like Harris the option to return in 2021.

Seniors that return in 2021 will not count against a program’s 85-man scholarship limit, meaning Harris — and the rest of the LSU seniors set to return — won’t be taking a younger player’s scholarship.

This news should only add to the momentum gained by the Tigers heading into the 2021 season as Orgeron’s program will look to bounce back from the 5-5 season in a big way in the fall.