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Brett Rojo-USA TODAY Sports
JaCoby Stevens return to the LSU secondary is expected to be a permanent move, according to head coach Ed Orgeron.

Stevens, a true freshman from Murfreesboro, TN, arrived on LSU's campus as the No. 1 safety in the country but transitioned to the offense as a wide receiver during fall camp.

Just two games into the season, Stevens began working with the f-backs, tight ends, and even the running backs during practice.

This week, Steven made his move back his safety where he feels most comfortable, according to Orgeron.

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The move will help LSU depth at secondary now that safety Ed Paris is out for the season. Sophomore safety/nickelback Xavier Lewis is also dealing with an injury and is questionable for Saturday's game vs. Florida.
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SelaTiger81 months
O is starting to make them smart coaching moves. Guy will be the next Saban.
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STRIPES81 months
He is a safety. That is where he belongs. The kid will probably be All SEC in a couple of years. Glad to hear this.
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Old81 months
Smart is HC EO.
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Just_Fight_Baby81 months
Right on, JaCoby! Looking forward to seeing you on patrol, man.
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy81 months
Stay there son
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rschwe581 months
This kid will be a stud. Never should have even been on offense. But great, now we have another talented and inexperienced player in the secondary who should have been learning arandas D the whole time. Decision making is below pathetic.
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Lexman181 months
I’m sure he’s learned Aranda’s system in training camp and should be ready to step in immediately. I mean, he is the top safety prospect in the nation for a reason.
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