LSU Bowl: DE Ali Gaye to opt out of Citrus Bowl

LSU is looking to earn its 10th win of the season in the Citrus Bowl against Purdue, but the Tigers’ depth up front on defense will be tested in that game. Starting defensive end Ali Gaye will not play in the Citrus Bowl as he prepares for the 2023 NFL draft. With BJ Ojulari and …

Micah Baskerville, Ali Gaye Excited for Senior Day, Talk Emotions

It’s been quite the journey for this group of LSU seniors. With players like Micah Baskerville, a player who has seen the highs and lows of college football, or Nick Storz, who has been the epitome of an LSU Tiger, Saturday night will be a surreal moment for this unit. — Read on

Ojulari, Gaye, and Jones Named LSU Team Captains

BJ Ojulari, Ali Gaye and Mike Jones Jr. have been selected as LSU’s team captains for the 2022 season, head coach Brian Kelly announced to the team on Tuesday after practice. — Read on

Fall camp Q/A with LSU edge rusher Ali Gaye

LSU walks into the 2022 season with one of the more lethal front fours in all of college football. With as many as three potential first round picks and four All-SEC caliber players, this defensive line has been mainly working to establish depth behind a stellar starting unit. — Read on


by LONN PHILLIPS SULLIVAN @LonnPhillips LSU's All-American-level DE Ali Gaye returns after a powerful 2020 and an injury-hampered 2021, only appearing across 4 games last season due to a fractured hand (posting 19 tackles, 2.5 TFLs, 2.5 sacks and 1 PBU). — Read on ALI GAYE 2022 PROFILE

Transfer Ali Gaye Provides LSU Football With Impact Edge Rusher Talent

LSU has had a recent history of dipping into the JUCO market and finding starting caliber players, most recently guard Damien Lewis. Coach Ed Orgeron and company are hoping the long and athletic defensive end Ali Gaye can provide a similar impact in 2020. Source: Transfer Ali Gaye Provides LSU Football With Impact Edge Rusher …

LSU Football Players Most Likely to Break Out in 2020: No. 12 Ali Gaye, Defensive End

In a loaded 2020 recruiting class that finished No. 4 in the country according to 247Sports, one name that probably doesn't jump out at first glance is JUCO signee Ali Gaye. At 6-foot-7, 267 pounds, Gaye was ranked as the No. 2 defensive end and No. 19 overall player to come out of the junior …