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Will LSU play Derek Stingley Jr. on offense in 2021?

The LSU Tigers are used to having some of the best defensive back talent in the nation, and this year’s team will be no different, as Derek Stingley Jr. is widely regarded as the top cornerback prospect in the country. Stingley is so athletic and talented that he might end...
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Derek Stingley Jr., LSU CB | NFL Draft Scouting Report

There is no such thing as a sure thing in football. It is a foolish man who talks in certainties and absolutes, especially when it comes to projecting college football talent to the NFL. However, one player in the coming class is as close to that guarantee as any other. LSU’s Derek Stingley Jr. isn’t just the top cornerback in the class; he’s a legitimate top-five talent in the 2022 NFL Draft.
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Ed Orgeron: Derek Stingley Jr. could play offense in 2021

LSU cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. is considered to be one of the top cornerbacks in the country as a former 247Sports Composite five-star recruit. This season, opposing teams may have to game plan for Stingley on the other side of the ball. During a recent interview with Bobby Hebert and...

Ed Orgeron says he would like to use Derek Stingley Jr. on offense

Star LSU defensive back Derek Stingley Jr. could be playing two ways this fall. Tigers head coach Ed Orgeron recently told Bobby Hebert and Kristian Garic of SportsTalk that he would like to see Stingley play wide receiver, too. “That’s up to him. We’ve discussed that. He may try a...

Top cornerbacks in the 2022 NFL Draft include Derek Stingley Jr., Kaiir Elam

LSU’s Derek Stingley Jr. is already a household name, but who is set to join him as the top cornerbacks in the 2022 NFL Draft class?. With five cornerbacks selected in the first round of this year’s draft, it’s difficult to imagine that next year could live up to those high standards. However, the coming crop of cornerbacks is shaping up to be a deep group of talented playmakers. Although it’s too early to make predictions about the number of first-rounders in the class, it is possible that they at least match this year’s total. So, who are the top cornerbacks that make up this 2022 NFL Draft class?
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Derek Stingley Jr. to Continue LSU’s No. 7 Tradition

LSU Tigers football is entrenched in tradition. You don’t want to travel to Death Valley on Saturday night if you’re an opposing player. Play “Callin’ Baton Rouge,” and every LSU football fan loses their mind. The No. 18 jersey is a symbol of leadership and work ethic for the unheralded players on LSU’s roster, but there’s another jersey holding even more weight in recent years.
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LSU cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. will wear #7 jersey for Tigers in 2021

BATON ROUGE, La. - LSU's two-time All-America cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. will wear the number 7 jersey for the upcoming football season, coach Ed Orgeron announced Tuesday. The number 7 jersey signifies a player who is dynamic and displays good qualities. Some players who have worn the jersey in the past include Patrick Peterson, Tyrann Mathieu, Leonard Fournette and DJ Chark. Last year the jersey was sported by JaCoby Stevens.

Derek Stingley Jr. to Wear No. 7 in 2021

LSU head football coach Ed Orgeron announced late Tuesday afternoon that Derek Stingley Jr. will wear the famed No. 7 jersey for the 2021 season. “It’s an honor to be part of the legacy of players that have worn the number 7 jersey,” Stingley said. “I’m looking forward to upholding the tradition and the standard of play that has been set by the group that has come before me.”
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LSU standout Derek Stingley Jr. to wear No. 7 in 2021

BATON ROUGE – LSU’s two-time All-America cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. will wear No. 7 for the Tigers in 2021, head coach Ed Orgeron announced on Tuesday. A relatively new tradition at LSU, the No. 7 jersey has become associated with a player who is a dynamic playmaker while also displaying all of the qualities necessary to build championship teams around. Some past wearers of the No. 7 jersey for LSU include cornerback Patrick Peterson, defensive back Tyrann Mathieu, running back Leonard Fournette and wide receiver DJ Chark.