Who steps up at corner for LSU opposite of Greedy Williams?
BATON ROUGE, LA - LSU's No. 1 cornerback Greedy Williams is widely considered a potential first round pick in next year's NFL Draft. But, with a largely unproven group behind him, who steps up in 2018 to help lock down the other side of the field?
"I feel like Kary Vincent has had a good spring," said defensive coordinator Dave Aranda at the coaches caravan this July. "He had his track obligations, so the time that we had him, he was impressive. I think Kary has really matured. His football IQ I think has increased."
Last season Vincent had three starts as a freshman in 11 games played. Vincent racked up nine tackles, an interception, a pass breakup and two pass deflection in 2017.
With Scotlandville native Kelvin Joseph coming in and Stanford grad-transfer Terrance Alexander in the mix,
Aranda believes there's enough options where the defensive back room can be the strength of the team in 2018.
LSU Cornerback Depth Chart
-Red-shirt sophomore Greedy Williams
-Red-shirt senior Terrance Alexander (Stanford grad-transfer)
-Sophomore Kary Vincent Jr.
-Sophomore Jontre Kirklin
-Freshman Kelvin Joseph
-Sophomore Mannie Netherly
LSU Cornerback Departures
Donte Jackson (NFL draft), Kevin Toliver II (NFL draft)
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Deputies looking for trucker who may be tied to deadly ATV accident
Head of State Troopers Association arrested after firing gun at office during...
No serious damage to Sunshine Bridge after weekend tanker collision
Undersized culverts source of resident headaches
Witnesses recall group abandoning wounded 14-year-old after Father's Day shooting
'That's typical LSU;' Tailgating underway ahead of Baton Rouge Super Regional
PREVIEW: Southern breaks down Starkville Regional
LSU softball lands national No. 10 seed
Balancing Football and Track: The story of Kary Vincent Jr.
Sha'Carri Richardson's impressive impact on LSU Track and Field