LSU junior safety Todd Harris Jr. announced on social media that he will be back playing in Tiger Stadium in 2021. Harris posted a video on Instagram with the message, “Unfinished business, let’s WORK.”
Alabama senior wide receiver DeVonta Smith, a native of Amite, La., put on a record performance in the College Football Playoff National Championship, despite suffering an injury early in the second half.
The Tide finished perfect during a season that could not have been further from it as COVID-19 forced teams into quarantines and endless testing and uncertainty every single week with games played in mostly empty stadiums.
With the NFL and college football season all but over, minus the playoffs and National Championship game, LSU head coach Ed Orgeron will begin the interview process to replace half of the on-field coaching staff.
LSU football has done a nice job lately re-recruiting its roster and making sure veteran players return. Senior defensive end Andre Anthony announced via Twitter that he would be returning for another season in Baton Rouge.
The LSU offensive line is shaping up nicely for 2021, as another player has decided to return for another season in Baton Rouge. Junior guard Ed Ingram is the latest to let it be known he’s not done playing for the Purple and Gold.
Jennings native Travis Etienne Jr. certainly made his mark with the Clemson Tigers. In his four years with Clemson, Etienne won a national title and made four consecutive playoff appearances, while only losing four games.
Despite all that success, the former Jennings running back is 0-2 playing in his home state at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Etienne’s Tigers lost in the 2018 Allstate Sugar Bowl CFP semifinal to No. 4 Alabama in 2018, and again this past January to No. 1 LSU in the CFP National Championship.
LSU cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. has been named a first team All-American by the America Football Coaches Association (AFCA). It is the second straight year the sophomore defensive back from Baton Rouge has earned the honor.
Former LSU defensive back John Battle feels blessed, currently a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers. In a recent interview, he shared thoughts on his current happiness, while also reflecting back on the numerous memories from LSU he’ll always cherish.
LSU senior fullback Tory Carter could have returned to the Tigers for one more season but announced Wednesday, Dec. 30, on social media that he is now preparing for the NFL and an opportunity at pro football.
LSU senior wide receiver Racey McMath has declared for the 2021 NFL Draft, Geaux247 reported it has confirmed from sources. According to Geaux247, Brody Miller with The Athletic was the first to report the news.