LSU defensive backs coach Corey Raymond is expected to stay at LSU after interviewing for a position with Georgia this week, a source confirmed to Tiger Rag.
Raymond, a former LSU and NFL defensive back, just finished his seventh season with the program. It is unclear what vacancy he was interviewing for with Georgia.
Considered an ace recruiter, Raymond is credited with helping develop current professionals like Jamal Adams, Tre’Davious White, Donte Jackson and Jalen Mills.
Raymond was responsible for coaching all of LSU’s defensive backs during his first six seasons with the program. He focused on cornerbacks this season as LSU hired Bill Busch to coach the safeties.
According to his contract, Raymond earned $425,000 in 2018 and is set to earn $450,000 this coming season. His deal expires on March 31, 2020.