A former LSU defensive lineman has been sentenced to six years in state prison.
According to a report from 247Sports’ Shea Dixon, 19-year-old Trey Lealaimatafao, who joined the Tigers in the 2014 recruiting class, pleaded no contest over the weekend to felony charges (two second-degree robbery counts and one count of carjacking), all of which took place in Los Angeles.
Lealaimatafao was sentenced along two former Southern Cal football players, Bryce Dixon and Montrell McDuffie, both also 19 years old.
Lealaimatafao was a 3-star defensive tackle coming out of San Antonio in 2014, ranked No. 33 at his position. He was kicked off the team in June 2015 by coach Les Miles after multiple run-ins with the law, and eventually transferred to Arizona Western College, a junior college, before ending his football career. He never played a down for the Tigers.