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Name: Garrett Dellinger 
College: LSU     Number: 72
Height: 6-5   Weight: 325
Position: OG  Pos2: C
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2025

40 Low: 4.95
   40 Time: 5.06
  40 High: 5.15

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Height: 6045
Weight: 325

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 Data Scout Notes: 2023: NAC...2022: NAC...(+) Coming off Sept 2022 Knee INJ...2021: NAC

 Garrett Dellinger, LSU, Player News

  09/30/22 - OG Garrett DellingerSr/2025, LSU, 6-5, 325 (DS#13 OG) + More +

  Sophomore offensive lineman Garrett Dellinger is "doubtful" for the Auburn game this weekend with a hand injury, LSU coach Brian Kelly said Wednesday morning. Dellinger underwent surgery Tuesday, Kelly said. LSU hoped he would be available Saturday night, but there may not be enough time for him to recover. "It appears as though it's going to be tight for him to make the game," Kelly said. "At first, we thought we could get him ready. But there was a screw and a plate that needed to go in there. Right now as we're talking, I'd say he's doubtful for Saturday." A key piece of the offensive line, Dellinger started the last three games at left guard after playing center in the season-opening loss to Florida State.

The former top 100 recruit has played center, guard and tackle during his career. The Athletic first reported Dellinger broke his hand this week and would miss the Auburn game. Without Dellinger, LSU would have to use a different starting offensive line for the fourth time in five games. The Tigers played the same group in back-to-back games for the first time this season last weekend against New Mexico. - Baton Rouge Advocate

(DS#13 OG) Sr/2025 OG Garrett DellingerLSU
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  08/17/22 - OG Garrett DellingerSr/2025, LSU, 6-5, 325 (DS#13 OG) + More +

  Garrett Dellinger has been tasked with learning a new position: center. The versatile lineman who played eight games at left tackle and two games at left guard has never played the position; not even in high school. "He's a guy that has a high football IQ," Kelly said. "He's physically gifted, and he's got a strong mindset that he wants to go in and do it. And so, today, I thought was a huge test - other than the time we got the downpour. We had one bad snap so continuity with the five is where we're needing to continue to grow, but we've got time to do it." The line has been consistent throughout camp with freshman Will Campbell at left tackle, fifth-year senior transfer (East Tennessee State) Tre'Mond Shorts at left guard, the sophomore Dellinger at center, redshirt sophomore Miles Frazier at right guard and redshirt junior Anthony Bradford at right tackle. Dellinger said he's gaining confidence in his ability to call out defensive fronts and blindly snap the ball. His main goal is learning how to play with the unit and fostering chemistry with his teammates on the line and with his quarterbacks. "After walkthroughs, I grab a quarterback and say, 'Let me get 20 snaps with you,' and just little things like that we do," Dellinger said. - Baton Rouge Advocate

(DS#13 OG) Sr/2025 OG Garrett DellingerLSU
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