LSU Players Impress At Pro Day

Jamal Adams was clocked at 4.33 seconds in the 40-yard dash and Leonard Fournette weighed in at 228 pounds, 12 pounds lighter than at the NFL Combine, as they joined other former LSU players at Pro Day at the LSU Indoor Football Facility.

Seventeen LSU football players, along with one standout sprinter from the Tiger track team, took part in the event that drew over 125 NFL personnel, including head coaches Sean Payton (Saints), Mike Tomlin (Steelers), Todd Bowles (Jets), Jim Caldwell (Lions) and Mike Mularkey (Titans).

“Today was a tremendous day for LSU football and the LSU brand,” LSU head coach Ed Orgeron said. “We are proud of the 18 young men that worked out. All of them did a tremendous job."

“Any time we can have the NFL on our campus, it's a big day for LSU. A couple of guys really stood out and worked out well, but for Jamal Adams to run a 4.33 (40-yard dash), it was a fantastic day for him. Leonard (Fournette) weighing in at 228 pounds, I know a lot of the guys are excited about that. He looked great in his workouts. We're getting a lot of positive feedback and a lot of guys really love Leonard," Orgeron said.

“It was just a tremendous day for LSU football.”

Tiger offensive lineman Josh Boutte impressed the scouts with 28 reps in the 225-pound bench press to lead all LSU players. Defensive end Lewis Neal followed with 23 reps in the bench followed by defensive tackle Davon Godchaux with 22.

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