BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - The second offensive lineman for LSU is leaving school early to declare for the NFL Draft.
Tiger center Will Clapp made the announcement via Twitter Thursday afternoon.
The talented center from Brother Martin High School in New Orleans led an O-line that paved the way for Leonard Fournette and Derrius Guice to eclipse the 1000 yard rushing mark.
Clapp is the sixth Tiger to leave early for the draft and the second offensive lineman.
Right tackle Toby Weathersby, running back Derrius Guice, linebacker Arden Key and defensive backs Kevin Toliver and Donte Jackson have already made their announcements to enter the draft.
LSU's Guice will enter the 2018 NFL Draft
LSU's Jackson declares for NFL Draft
LSU DB Kevin Toliver declaring for the 2018 NFL Draft
LSU LB Arden Key entering the 2018 NFL Draft
LSU's Weathersby third Tiger to declare for NFL Draft
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