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Name: Ali Gaye (+) Coming off Oct 2021 Shoulder INJ
College: LSU     Number: 11
Height: 6-6   Weight: 250
Position: DE  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.62
   40 Time: 4.72
  40 High: 4.80
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Height: 6055
Weight: 250

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: NAC...(+) Coming off Sept 2021 Back INJ/Oct 2021 Shoulder INJ...2020: 2ndC

 Ali Gaye, LSU, Player News

  01/02/21 - DE Ali GayeSr/2022, LSU, 6-6, 250 (DS#14 DE) + More +

  Junior defensive end Ali Gaye will return to LSU next season, he announced Thursday on social media. Gaye wrote on Twitter he will see "tiger nation" in 2021. Gaye's decision bolsters LSU's defensive front. In his first season after transferring from a junior college, Gaye led LSU with 9.5 tackles for loss and five quarterback hurries. He also recorded two sacks and six pass breakups, using his long arms to disrupt throws, while intercepting one pass in the season finale against Ole Miss. With Gaye, who coach Ed Orgeron once called a potential early-round draft pick, LSU gets back one of its starting defensive ends, along with freshman BJ Ojulari. - Baton Rouge Advocate

(DS#14 DE) Sr/2022 DE Ali GayeLSU
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  12/28/20 - DE Ali GayeSr/2022, LSU, 6-6, 250 (DS#14 DE) + More +

  2020 ALL-SEC SECOND TEAM (COACHES): DL Ali Gaye, LSU,...Gay, a junior college transfer, tied for sixth in the SEC in tackles for loss with 9.5. Gaye started all 10 games for the Tigers at defensive end and recorded 32 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss and a pair of sacks. - LSU Football

(DS#14 DE) Sr/2022 DE Ali GayeLSU
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  10/05/20 - DE Ali GayeSr/2022, LSU, 6-6, 250 (DS#14 DE) + More +

  Seven different defenders have collected LSU's eight sacks this season, a four-sack-per-game average that's tied eighth nationally. Defensive ends Andre Anthony, Travez Moore and nose tackle Siaki "Apu" Ika each picked up their first against Vanderbilt, and edge rushers Ali Gaye and BJ Ojulari harassed Seals for most of the night. Gaye provoked plenty of first-half pressure, often beating his blocker on the way to rushing Seals into throws. Ojulari's hit on Seals forced his fourth-quarter interception on the goal line. - Baton Rouge Advocate

(DS#14 DE) Sr/2022 DE Ali GayeLSU
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  10/02/20 - DE Ali GayeSr/2022, LSU, 6-6, 250 (DS#14 DE) + More +

  Inside his apartment last Saturday night, Ali Gaye ate Polynesian food with his roommates and their families. Defensive lineman Soni Fonua's mom brought enough to feed about 40 people, so the players feasted after a season-opening loss to Mississippi State. Gaye, a junior defensive end, felt confident that night LSU would fix its mistakes. He had played well in his first start, using the natural length that pushed him up the depth chart in preseason practice. Gaye brushed off his success. "That's just one game," Gaye told his high school football coach, John Gradwohl, who attended the dinner. "There's lots of room for improvement."

Gaye deflected attention from himself, but he stood out in the midst of a disappointing loss. His final stat line - three tackles, one sack, a tackle for loss and three deflected passes - signaled a breakout performance. Emerging as a force on LSU's defense realized one of Gaye's dreams. He started playing football after his family moved from The Gambia, a small country on the Western coast of Africa, when he was 12. He attended two junior colleges because one of them dropped its football program, and he has lived in four states, moving to pursue his football career. If Gaye develops, coach Ed Orgeron believes he can become an early pick in the NFL draft because of his size. Gaye, who's 6-foot-6, can declare for the draft next spring. "Hopefully he stays for two years," Orgeron said, smiling. "Don't get too good." - Baton Rouge Advocate


(DS#14 DE) Sr/2022 DE Ali GayeLSU
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  09/23/20 - DE Ali GayeSr/2022, LSU, 6-6, 250 (DS#14 DE) + More +

  Two positions stood out in LSU's first official depth chart. The Tigers provided some clarity on the open cornerback spots, and they listed junior college transfer Ali Gaye as a starter at left defensive end. Senior Travez Moore entered preseason practice as a starter at defensive end, but Gaye overtook him. He'll start opposite senior Andre Anthony against Mississippi State. "He's earned that starting position," coach Ed Orgeron said. "I think he's going to have a great season for us." Most of the depth chart resembled what Orgeron said throughout preseason practice, but the coach called Moore a starter the last time he discussed defensive ends.

Gaye, a 6-foot-6 and 262-pound junior, transferred from Garden City Community College. In his only season there, Gaye registered 44 tackles, one sack and one forced fumble as he became the No. 2 rated junior college defensive end in the country. "Thank God we got Ali from junior college," Orgeron recently said. Orgeron likes Gaye's range and physicality. Early in LSU's final scrimmage last Friday, Gaye batted a pass into the air, creating an interception. He'll split time with Moore - Orgeron said they'll have equal reps - but Gaye will start the game. - Baton Rouge Advocate


(DS#14 DE) Sr/2022 DE Ali GayeLSU
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