All six of LSU's mid-year signees are in school.

Mannie Netherly, a receiver from Texas, was cleared by the NCAA, the school announced Friday. 

Netherly planned to begin classes on Friday, his father, Dwight, confirmed to The Advocate on Wednesday. The 6-2, 185-pound Crosby, Texas, native is ranked as the 37th-best wideout in the 2017 class, according to 247Sports composite rankings.  

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Some of LSU's 2017 signing class started school Wednesday. 

Netherly joins five other members of the 2017 signing class who enrolled this week: tackle Austin Deculus, defensive backs Jacoby Stevens and Grant Delpit, quarterback Lowell Narcisse and defensive end Justin Thomas.

The mid-year enrollees are expected to all participate in spring football, even Narcisse, who's scheduled to complete his rehabilitation from a second ACL injury in February. 

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