LSU Football reporter Emily Dixon caught up with freshman cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. for his media debut on the latest episode of Inside The Huddle.

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Hard not to love this guy, on and off the field.
Reply13 months
Exudes total class and professionalism at the young age of 18. WELL DONE by his parents and support team to help keep this ultra-talented phenom so humble and grounded.
13 months
The next #7!
Reply13 months
Watching this video reminds you just how young he is. To think he’s the best corner in the country halfway through his freshman year is incredible. This guy has a special career in front of him.
Reply13 months
Emily Dixon could get it
Reply13 months
This is the first post with 10+ comments where I’ve ever seen zero negative comments. Not sure what it means but it’s gotta be good on Stingley!
Reply13 months
And the only downvotes were about banging Emily!
13 months
GOAT of DBU.
Reply13 months
Awesome, it's crazy to think he seemed more nervous in that interview than on the field. What a classy and very likeable player. I have a feeling he will be one of the highest paid athletes very soon. From a dad, kudos to the parents because you can definitely tell they did an amazing job raising Derek!
Reply13 months
I was thinking the same thing. He's a madman on the field, and so humble in a public interview. Such a perfect combination. This is the epitome of a sportsman.
13 months
Let the man speak he's earned it..
Reply13 months
I was under the impression that freshmen never get interviewed. I guess if you’re a generational talent you can bypass it.
Reply13 months
I was thinking this too, but generational talents probably get handled differently. You also have to look at this interview as a controlled environment, with a pro LSU interviewer. Good way to ease him into interviews.
13 months
Two certified beauties
Reply13 months
SEC Rreceivers, I dare you to take his humbleness as a weakness.
Reply13 months
Definitely plays a lot louder than his personality. I like it.
Reply13 months
A lot like his dad. I knew Derek while I was at LSU. Great guy with an amazing kid.
13 months
Give him some time to grow. Can’t believe he’s just a freshman!
13 months
He's a shy 18 year old kid. Seems well grounded but no doubt he will have his hands full for the next two games.
Reply13 months
Geaux Tigers! Great job so far D. Stingley, continue to grind and improve.
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