LSU CB Dwight McGlothern is staying in the SEC West

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It appears that the Arkansas Razorbacks and LSU Tigers are just trading defensive backs at this point. After the Purple and Gold landing Greg Brooks Jr and Joe Foucha, the Razorbacks countered with Dwight McGlothern. He made his announcement on Twitter on Sunday evening.

McGlothern announced he would enter the transfer portal on Jan. 11 and was on his way to a new school just five days later. He stepped up for the Tigers defense after losing both Eli Ricks and Derek Stingley Jr early on in the season. He would finish with 32 tackles, two TFLs, one interception that was returned for a touchdown, and a forced fumble.

He will join teammate Landon Jackson, who announced earlier this offseason that he would be transferring to Fayetteville. They also added former five-star linebacker Drew Sanders from Alabama as well.

Head coach Sam Pittman is loading up on the defensive side of the ball as they look to the 2022 season. Arkansas built momentum this year and could be looking for another jump next year.

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