LSU linebacker Devin White and cornerback Greedy Williams were both named to ESPN's preseason All-American Team on Tuesday. Here's what they had to say about both players.

LB: Devin White, LSU:

How impactful was White for last season's LSU defense? His 133 tackles meant he either assisted or made the tackle on one out of every six offensive plays run against the Tigers. It's a total, too, that ranks second among returning Power 5 players, and puts him at center stage among the nation's elite linebackers. Add in 4.5 sacks, three interceptions and three forced fumbles, and it's clear White is going to give a lot of SEC offensive players nightmares in 2018.

CB: Greedy Williams, LSU:

As a freshman last season, Williams quickly established himself as one of the nation's elite playmakers. He finished 2017 with six interceptions (tied for third nationally) and 17 total passes defended (12th nationally) -- numbers that certainly supported his nickname. The question for 2018 is, now that Williams is a known commodity, how many quarterbacks will dare throw his way?
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