Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN released post-signing day SEC defensive back rankings last week and pegged LSU at No. 4. Here is what they had to say:
quote:

4. LSU: The Tigers are always going to have a solid secondary, even in a year when they’re losing two first-round draft picks. Among Donte Jackson, Kevin Toliver II, Kristian Fulton and Saivion Smith, there’s more than enough talent at cornerback. The bigger question mark is at safety, where LSU might have turn to one of its newcomers to start next to John Battle.
Complete Rankings:
1. Alabama
2. Georgia
3. Florida
4. LSU
5. South Carolina
6. Kentucky
7. Auburn
8. Tennessee
9. Texas A&M
10. Arkansas
11. Vanderbilt
12. Ole Miss
13. Mississippi State
14. Missouri
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Hell tha last few years Bama secondary has been suspect at best. Hell tha pressure from tha front 7 causes them to look better then they actually are
Reply10 months
The one place you should have used "tha" and you didn't. Than*
10 months
That's some funny shite. Donte may not make the cut as starter. They didn't even look at depth charts and we killed once again in this class.
Reply10 months
What in the frick do we have to do to get some repek put on our damn name??? I hope we MURDER teams next year!!
Reply10 months
Damn...RESPECT!!!
10 months
Post-Signing Day SEC Position Rankings: Backups #1 Bama
Reply10 months
What a bunch of bull fricking shit
Reply10 months
Top returning Long-snappers in SEC: 1. Alabama
Reply10 months
TD Staff, please provide trigger warnings for these posts. People get very upset!
Reply10 months
Alabama? What a surprise! Lol LSU does lose Jamal and Tre', but I have no worries with our secondary or Coach Aranda. DBU baby!
Reply10 months
Alabama does return Minkah Fitzpatrick, for once they may have the best DB in the SEC. He had at least 5 picks last year. I don't know anything about Georgia DBs, but Florida should be lower than us. They lose 3 of their top 4 DBs from last year.
Reply10 months
what are ESPN's metrics?.........................there are none. just list Alabama as #1 and splatter everyone else in random order
Reply10 months
"The bigger question mark is at safety, where the tigers have literally 4 five star prospects, most of whom were the top ranked safeties in their classes" Seriously, ESPN fricking sucks.
Reply10 months
What's wrong with that statement. The new guys are unproven. Hype doesn't make you a great player.
10 months
Hmmm...my spidey-sense (AKA, BS-detector) is tingling. DeShaun Watson vs. Bama: 36-57 for 420 yds, 3 TDs, 0 INTs. Lamar Jackson vs. LSU: 10-27 for 153 yds, 0 TDs ESPN, how about you just sit out the next couple of plays, if you know what I mean.
Reply10 months
frick Bama
Reply10 months
Say no more!!! ESPN I call you bullshitee!! Any other position I may be fine with... But to say that any school has more talent than LSU in the secondary is the greatest B.S. article I've ever seen!! Alabama no.1 in the secondary?!?! What a total fuc$@ng joke
Reply10 months
Guess bama will now be called EPU, "every position u"
Reply10 months
Espnu*
10 months
Well guys, it seems we will be finishing around middle of the pack in the west next year according to ESPN's rankings. Get the shirts ready.
Reply10 months
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