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.

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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O is starting to make them smart coaching moves. Guy will be the next Saban.
Reply49 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.
Reply49 months
Smart is HC EO.
Reply49 months
Right on, JaCoby! Looking forward to seeing you on patrol, man.
Reply49 months
Stay there son
Reply49 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.
Reply49 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.
49 months
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