Updated: May 28
SOMETHING WICKEDBAD THIS WAY COMES FROM LSUODYSSEY.COM
1 Catch for 12 Yards (as a TE)
3 Games Played in 2019
Shifting over from tight end, the dynamic athlete funkin the hair of a guy who just auditioned for Bad Brains circa 1992, T.K McLendon excites Coach Orgeron to a point of near pigskin-arousal...our Head Coach hasn't failed to mention T.K once in any of his weekly Off The Bench interviews with Jordy Culotta or T-Bob Hebert...in fact, last week (May 19th 2020) Ed went a full farthing further for a fortnight's forecast from future foe's frustration:
"T.K McLendon, Justin Thomas, B.J Ojulari and Andre Anthony at defensive end would be my starters..." he said, mentioning the converted tight end for yet another occasion on the high octane ESPN-produced program.
He's constantly addressed T.K's finesse off the line, the former tight end's ability to adapt back to his old high school position after a year trying to play back up to Thaddeus Moss.
Throughout 2029, T.K only saw 3 games as a tight end, catching a pass from Myles Brennan for 12 yards vs Georgia Southern on opening weekend of the title-winning campaign...still, the athleticism of this kid is a recurring theme we're noticing more and more when we watch game film.
Just as he perpetrated upon offenses in high school, McLendon was stunning spectators at the trio of Spring practices in March, especially Coach Ed Orgeron and D-Line Coach Bill Johnson:
Swiping blockers away, shifting his body and attacking left tackles, exploding into the chest head-on, confronting their evil and delivering their nuisance back down their throat as if his athletic profile transformed into the personification of Jack Nicholson, Ice Cube and Simeon Rice overnight...
....you better believe he's a feast of every opponent's famine comin' to a theater of footbawwl's greatest centers of blood and minimized bone near you.
PROJECTIONS: 12 TFL, 6.5 Sacks, 1 INT, 3 Passes Deflected, 37 Total Tackles
(Profile Statistics are based only on the 12 game regular season schedule; We actually felt like giving T.K 9.5 Sacks...we just...we're big fans of T.K)