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#57 Chasen Hines Season 2020

Offensive Guard
Marshall, Texas
High School
Marshall HS

Four-year letterwinner on the offensive line for the Tigers … Appeared in 35 games during his career, starting 17 times … Started 16 times at right guard and once at left guard … Served as the backup center to All-America Lloyd Cushenberry III during LSU’s national championship season in 2019 … Helped plug holes in an injury-riddled offensive line as a true freshman in 2018 … Originally came to LSU as a defensive lineman, but switched to the offensive side of the ball during preseason camp in 2018 … Made the transition from defense to offense with ease … Great attitude that will do whatever is asked of him … Possesses tremendous athletic ability with great feet and very intelligent … Played in the 2022 Senior Bowl in Mobile.

Appeared in eight games, starting seven times … All seven starts came at right guard … Played 76 snaps at Auburn and then logged 74 snaps at Kentucky the following week … Started against Florida, but only played 11 snaps due to a lower leg injury … Returned to action against Alabama with a season-high 77 snaps .. Closed out the season with a start at right guard against Kansas State in the Texas Bowl.

Took over as the starting right guard for the Tigers after serving as the backup center to NFL draft pick Lloyd Cushenberry in 2019 … Started the first nine games of the season before missing the finale against Ole Miss … Played 665 offensive snaps … Did not miss an offensive play in six of the nine games in which he saw action … Played career-high 92 snaps in win over Arkansas … Did not miss an offensive snap in four straight games – Auburn (78 plays), Arkansas (92), Texas A&M (72) and Alabama (73).

Served as the backup to All-America Lloyd Cushenberry III at center in 2019 … Played in 10 games with no starts … Also saw action on special teams … Saw most action of season against Vanderbilt (36 snaps at left guard).

Played in eight games with one start in 2018 … Started at left guard against Mississippi State as he helped the Tigers to a 19-3 win over the Bulldogs … Came off the bench for an injured Garrett Brumfield against Auburn and helped LSU to a 22-21 win … Played 26 snaps against Auburn … Inserted into the lineup after just one series against No. 2 ranked Georgia, filling in for an injured Adrian Magee … Played 75 snaps in LSU’s 36-16 win over Georgia as the Tigers racked up 475 total yards against a Bulldog defense that went into the game leading the SEC in total yards allowed … Saw action in six of LSU’s eight SEC games with other action coming against Ole Miss (16 plays), Alabama (20 plays) and Arkansas (21 plays) … Played a total of 286 offensive snaps.

Transitioned from offensive line to defensive tackle as a senior and made an immediate impact … Enrolled at LSU in January of 2018 and went through spring practice with the Tigers … A consensus four-star prospect … Before switching to the defensive line, was listed as the No. 1 offensive guard in the state of Texas and No. 6 nationally … Ranked by 247sports as the No. 22 defensive tackle in the nation … Nominated to participate in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl … Selected to participate in the 2017 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl … Coached by Claude Mathis.

Majoring in sports administration.

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