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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: Transfer from LSU

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  12/22/20 - DT Siaki IkarSo/2024, Baylor, 6-3, 340 (DS#999 DT) + More +

  LSU sophomore defensive lineman Siaki Ika announced Monday that he's transferring to Baylor. Baylor coach Dave Aranda recruited Ika to LSU when he was the team's defensive coordinator. Ika played in 13 games as a true freshman noseguard and recorded 17 tackles with 1.5 tackles for loss for LSU's 2019 national championship team. The 6-4, 340-pound Ika was expected to compete for a starting position on LSU's defensive line in 2020, but played in just three games before announcing his decision to transfer in late October. - Waco Tribune Herald

(DS#999 DT) rSo/2024 DT Siaki IkaBaylor
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  09/02/20 - DT Siaki IkarSo/2024, Baylor, 6-3, 340 (DS#999 DT) + More +

  Who will replace Shelvin? Since preseason camp opened Aug. 17, Orgeron has been optimistic about LSU's depth at defensive tackle. Former starting defensive end Glen Logan has moved inside to tackle, and it's possible that he pushes for starting time. However, Siaki "Apu" Ika is more built like Shelvin. A powerful former nose tackle listed at 6-foot-3, 346 pounds, Ika shared Shelvin's struggle to keep his playing weight down, but he showed promise in 13 games last season with 17 tackles and 1½ tackles for loss. Orgeron has also repeatedly praised true freshmen Jacobian Guillory and Jaquelin Roy, both four-star recruits who were going to see plenty of playing time anyway. "I think with the defensive line, we have a lot of depth," Orgeron said when preseason camp opened. "We can rotate those guys." - Baton Rouge Advocate

(DS#999 DT) rSo/2024 DT Siaki IkaBaylor
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  04/13/20 - DT Siaki IkarSo/2024, Baylor, 6-3, 340 (DS#999 DT) + More +

  Like everyone else who follows college football, LSU director of strength and conditioning Tommy Moffitt is waiting to find out if and when the games will go on after the greatest danger passes from the coronavirus pandemic. Unlike most people, Moffitt's job is to make sure LSU's players are physically ready to train for the 2020 season, whether it can be played on time or begins later than scheduled. "My biggest concern is player safety," Moffitt said Monday night on LSU's in-house radio show, "LSU Sixty." "It's my responsibility to make sure they're in shape before we start any form of training camp. "For me to do my job, I feel I would need at least a month to prepare."

Moffitt said he and his staff meet once a week to discuss projects they're working on. One of the things they've been gaming out are various timelines depending on when the season would start. LSU is currently set to open the season Sept. 5 in Tiger Stadium against UTSA. "We need possible scenarios from June to August," Moffitt said. "I'm getting my staff and myself ready for whatever happens." Like the rest of the campus, LSU's athletic facilities are closed to its student-athletes except for some dining and medical support. Moffitt said he and his staff are in constant contact with the football players, whether they are still in Baton Rouge or back in their hometowns, having crafted training plans to help them work out on their own. - Baton Rouge Advocate


(DS#999 DT) rSo/2024 DT Siaki IkaBaylor
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