For Immediate Release - February 28, 2019


BATON ROUGE – Six members from LSU’s 2018 football team take the next step towards the NFL Draft this week when they take part in the NFL Combine in Indianapolis.

LSU’s list of NFL Combine invites include: safety John Battle, running back Nick Brossette, tight end Foster Moreau, kicker Cole Tracy, linebacker Devin White and cornerback Greedy Williams.

The on-field workouts of the NFL Combine gets underway tomorrow when the specialists, offensive linemen and running backs take their turn. Tracy and Brossette will be the first ones up for LSU as they will be timed in the 40-yard dash as well as doing other skill drills and station work.

All of the on-field workouts and testing can be seen on the NFL Network and on the internet at ABC Sports will televise a portion of Saturday’s session from noon to 2 p.m. CT.

Fans can get a behind-the-scenes look at the experience of LSU players at the combine on and the other various LSU social channels as the school is staffing the event with a pair of videographers who will video, take photos and provide other content specific to the Tigers.

Other off-the-field components of the NFL Combine include individual meetings with NFL teams, measurements, medical exams, psychological testing, and a meeting with the NFL Players Association.

On Saturday, LSU’s Moreau will have his on-field testing, followed by White on Sunday and Williams and Battle on Monday.

LSU is currently projected to have two first round draft picks in White and Williams, who are both listed as top 10 selections by most publications.

All of LSU’s draft-eligible players will take part in Pro Day on the LSU campus on Friday, March 22.

The following is a look at the daily workout schedules for LSU players as well as the numbers they will be wearing during the event:

Player - No.
John Battle - DB40
Nick Brossette - RB04
Foster Moreau - TE10
Cole Tracy - PK05
Devin White - LB41
Greedy Williams - DB34

Thursday, February 28
1 p.m. Cole Tracy bench press
2 p.m. Nick Brossette bench press

Friday, March 1
7 a.m. Cole Tracy 40-yard dash
8 a.m. Cole Tracy position drills
9 a.m. Cole Tracy vertical jump
10 a.m. Cole Tracy broad jump/Nick Brossette vertical jump
11a.m. Nick Brossette 40-yard dash
Noon Nick Brossette position drills
1 p.m. Nick Brossette broad jump
2 p.m. Foster Moreau bench press

Saturday, March 2
8 a.m. Foster Moreau 40-yard dash
8:30 a.m. Foster Moreau position drills
9:30 a.m. Foster Moreau vertical jump and broad jump
1 p.m. Devin White bench press

Sunday, March 3
11 a.m. Devin White 40-yard dash
11:30 a.m. Devin White vertical jump
Noon Devin White position drills/Greedy Williams bench press
1 p.m. Devin White broad jump/John Battle bench press

Monday, March 4
7 a.m. Greedy Williams 40-yard dash
8 a.m. Greedy Williams position drills
9 a.m. John Battle 40-yard dash/Greedy Williams vertical and broad jump
10 a.m. John Battle position drills
11 a.m. John Battle vertical and broad jump

(Note: Times listed are CT)

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Please don’t hurt yourself, Greedy.
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11 a.m. Devin White 40-yard dash , can't wait
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4.42 would be my guess
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Lol coke Tracy doing the bench press and other sprinting type drills is important for a kicker why?
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57 months
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If he does test well that means that he can boast skills in coverage, fake field goals, etc.
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allow me to rephrase... he might have a higher ceiling in these skill sets if he tests well.
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