The Tigers got back into pads today, though weather forced them into the indoor football facility, at least for individual drills.
A couple athletes made returns to action after missing yesterday’s light practice.
Cornerback Kristian Fulton and freshman running back Tyron Davis-Price both participated after their Monday absence, and neither seemed limited in any capacity.
Orgeron said Monday that he wanted to get Davis-Price and John Emery more meaningful touches, so the former’s participation in practice means good news for those want to see more of the power back in the near future.
Another interesting note from practice these last two days: T.K. McLendon has been working out with the defensive line this week.
McLendon transferred to LSU as a tight end during the off-season, and even got involved in the offense during the second half of LSU’s season-opening victory against Georgia Southern.
But with defensive ends Rashard Lawrence, Glen Logan and Neil Farrell currently out due to injuries, the Tigers are seemingly looking at him as an opportunity add some much-needed depth on the defensive front.
Much like last week, Marcel Brooks continues to get reps with the outside linebackers. Orgeron has pointed to the converted safety as an option at the position with K’Lavon Chaisson questionable with a leg injury.