Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
With LSU safety Todd Harris out for the season with a knee injury, the Tigers need to find players who can step up and add depth at the position.

During his weekly radio show on Wednesday night, head coach Ed Orgeron named defensive backs Kary Vincent Jr. and Kenan Jones as two players that can help out at safety.

Orgeron also added that JaCoby Stevens could be used more at free safety as the season goes along.

Filed Under: LSU Football


Kenan Jones is an incredible athlete. I could see him coming along much the same way as Patrick Queen did.
Reply19 months
And no mention of Marcel Brooks.....eeeek
Reply19 months
Exactly, I was thinking Monroe was the next man up a couple years ago, until he got hurt. What's going on with him and Lewis?
Reply19 months
Can anyone from the media ask about Eric Monroe lol
Reply19 months
I thought Monroe would be battling with Harris for the starting position. I'm surprised he has moved so far down the depth chart, he looked good last year.
19 months
Damn Eric must be in the doghouse
19 months
Popular Stories

Watch: Highlights From LSU's Spring Game On Saturday

The White Team beat the Purple Team, 23-14.

Video: Postgame Comments From Ed Orgeron After The Spring Game

"They did a great job of bringing back Joe Burrow's offense."

Video: Inside The Huddle With LSU QB TJ Finley

With LSU reporter Emily Dixon.
logoFollow TigerDroppings for LSU Football News
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates on LSU Football and Recruiting.