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#73 Adrian Magee Season 2019

Offensive Line
Franklinton, La.
High School
Franklinton HS

2019 LSU Graduate (B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies
2019 Second Team All-SEC (Coaches)

Versatile offensive lineman that started at three different positions on the offensive line during his career at LSU … Played in 40 games during his career, starting 20 times … Had starts at left guard (15), left tackle (2) and right tackle (2) … Started all 15 games in 2019, 13 at left guard and two at left tackle … Powerful lineman with tremendous strength … Deadlifts over 600 pounds … Second team All-SEC in 2019 … Graduated in December of 2019 with a degree in interdisciplinary studies. 

Started all 15 games for the Tigers, helping LSU to the 2019 national championship with the nation’s most potent offense … Starts came at left guard (13) and left tackle (2) … Second team All-SEC … Only player on offensive line with starts at three different positions during his career …Played over 800 offensive snaps and second team with 26 finish blocks … Played 74 snaps with a team-best five “finishes” in win over Oklahoma as the Tigers racked up 692 total yards and 63 points … Started at left guard against OU, but then shifted to right guard after the second offensive series when starter Damien Lewis went down with a game-ending injury … Member of the LSU line that was named the Joe Moore Award winner as the top unit in the nation … Helped pave the way for 1,000-yard rusher Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Heisman Trophy Award winner Joe Burrow… Started at left tackle at Ole Miss and totaled five finishes … Also started at left tackle against Arkansas … Led the LSU offense to the most yards in an SEC game and second most in any contest in school history … Played 56 snaps against No. 2 Alabama and graded out at 90 percent with a finish … Against No. 9 Auburn, played 66 snaps and earned a pair of finishes … Totaled 40 snaps and finished with a pair of finishes at Mississippi State … Played 35 snaps against No. 7 Florida and did not allow a sack and finished with 500-plus yards on offense … Totaled 52 snaps against Utah State and graded out at 84 percent overall and did not allow a sack … Played 43 snaps at Northwestern State and led the team in knockdowns with seven … The Tigers’ left guard for all 71 snaps at Texas and earned a finish … Played 51 total snaps and earn the third-highest grade, highlighted by a pair of finishes. 

Played in 10 games, starting four times at three different positions … Started season-opener against Miami at right tackle; started at left tackle against Ole Miss and had back-to-back starts at left guard against Florida and Georgia … Played a total of 236 offensive snaps, which included a career-high 82 plays against Florida … Left game in first quarter against Miami with an injury and played only one series against Georgia before leaving contest with an injury … Saw action on 50 snaps against Alabama. 

Saw action in 11 games, missing only the season-opener against BYU … Started for first time of career at right tackle in win over Auburn … Played 65 snaps against Auburn with six knockdown blocks … Played 62 snaps against Notre Dame in the Citrus Bowl … Played a total of 134 snaps with 10 knockdowns. 

Played in three games but provided great depth for the offensive line, specifically at guard.

Redshirted as a true freshman in 2015.

Rated as a four-star prospect by 247Sports and ESPN, while Rivals and Scout give him three stars … Ranked as high as the No. 28 offensive guard nationally by Rivals and the No. 12 prospect coming out of Louisiana … Earned First Team LFCA and LSWA Class 4A All-State honors as a senior … Can play inside or outside on the line … Helped lead his team to a 12-2 record as a senior that included a district championship and a semifinals appearance … Coached by Shane Smith.

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