Justin McMillan to transfer from LSU



Narcisse is a very large dual-threat quarterback, listed at 6-foot-2 and 240 pounds, but he has struggled with accuracy and consistency and was widely considered the fourth quarterback in LSU's four-man competition.

McMillan, who graduated earlier this month, will be eligible to play immediately wherever he goes.

Narcisse was a highly rated Louisiana recruit in 2017, but has not played in two seasons after missing his high school senior year in 2016 with a knee injury and taking a redshirt last season.

Redshirt freshman quarterback Lowell Narcisse announced on Twitter Tuesday night that he is transferring from LSU and will seek an opportunity to play elsewhere.

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"I love my brothers and my heart is heavy, but sometimes life takes you in a different direction", McMillan wrote, in part.

With Ohio State transfer Joe Burrow now in the fold, along with four-star sophomore Myles Brennan, playing time just wasn't going to be there for McMillan or Narcisse. He also finishes his career in Baton Rouge with two carries for two yards in limited action.

Burrow threw for 287 yards and two touchdowns in two season with the Buckeyes.

Per usual media availability, players nor coach Ed Orgeron were available to speak after practice.

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