BATON ROUGE – Heading into fall camp, LSU’s secondary seemed to be the biggest question mark of this team with only two returning starters, in Jay Ward and Major Burns.

During the offseason, Brian Kelly and company went and got a slew of transfers to add depth and experience to this defensive back room. One of the transfers is Colby Richardson, from McNeese State who has impressed Coach Kelly throughout fall camp.

“Physically, he came in and put on about 20 pounds,” said Coach Kelly. “A very gifted athlete putting on that strength and taking our nutrition program to a new level for him. He’s got elite speed. He’s a veteran player and all of those things have come together.”

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