Former LSU defensive end/outside linebacker Isaiah Washington will no longer play for LSU.
But what’s next for the former 3-star recruit?
Washington will attempt to transfer to another university. That’s his primary goal, according to Edna Karr High School coach Brice Brown, who was an assistant football coach when Washington was at the Algiers high school from 2012-15.
If that is not possible, then Washington will enroll at a junior college.
The 6-foot-4, 236-pound BUCK linebacker was taking reps behind Arden Key last summer during camp. An injury toward the end of the summer cost Washington his redshirt freshman season.
Washington was ruled ineligible for LSU’s spring practices.
That ineligibility stemmed from an undisclosed off-the-field incident, according to Brown.
Washington appealed to get back into school, but that was rejected. That led to Thursday’s announcement that Washington would no longer be on the LSU football team moving forward.