Former LSU WR headed to the SWAC

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Former LSU and Oklahoma State wide receiver Dee Anderson is headed to Alabama A&M.

The 6-foot-6, 230-pounder certainly checks the box on size and should quickly develop into one of the most important pieces of the Bulldogs offense, which is led by quarterback Aqeel Glass.

Anderson, who had a composite four-star rating from 247Sports in the Class of 2016, originally committed to LSU before his junior season in 2014.

Between the 2016 and 2018 seasons, Anderson totaled 27 receptions for 392 yards and one touchdown.

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2018 was his best year with the team, as he caught 20 passes for 274 yards and one touchdown.

He wasn’t a factor in the Tigers offense during that historic 2019 season due to a suspension for a conditioning problem. Anderson then took his talents to Oklahoma State, where he saw action in six games as a grad transfer, reeling in one pass for 14 yards.

Anderson joins an already deep receiving corps, now on a roster with the likes of Zabrian Moore, Abdul-Fatai Ibrahim, Odieu Hilare and Brian Jenkins Jr.

The four combined for an total of 59 receptions for 991 yards and 13 touchdowns.

With Anderson now on the team, the Bulldogs become even more a force to be reckoned with.

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