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Former LSU quarterback Hayden Rettig
LSU had a multitude of players leave the program this offseason.
Jordan Allen was an overall nonfactor last season. He started the first three games, but gradually became phased out of the defensive end rotation as the season went along. The former West Monroe standout will play his final season with Rich Rodriguez at Arizona, per the Arizona Daily Star's Daniel Berk.
Hayden Rettig would have been the No. 3 quarterback this season after redshirting in 2013. Rettig is the second signal-caller to transfer after Stephen Rivers left in February. There have been no reports on where Rettig will go, but Rivers landed at Vanderbilt, according to Nick Cole of The Tennessean.
Linebacker Lorenzo Phillips and defensive backs Jerqwinick Sandolph, Kavahra Holmes and Derrick Raymond, all with eligibility remaining, also left the program during the offseason, per Jim Kleinpeter of The Times-Picayune.
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