LSU Football Rumors: Joe Burrow Hand Size, Kevin Faulk Hire + 2021 Recruits Raesjon Davis & LJ Johnson

LSU’s legendary 2019 National Championship football team sent 16 players to the 2020 NFL Combine in Indianapolis, more than any other school. Heisman trophy winner Joe Burrow has led all headlines after his hand only measured 9-inches, but that hasn’t changed the Bengals feelings on drafting Burrow #1 overall in the 2020 NFL Draft. College Football Now host Carter Bryant discusses the comparison to Peyton Manning, measurements of Tigers pass-catchers Justin Jefferson, Thaddeus Moss and Stephen Sullivan plus LSU Recruiting latest news.

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LSU fans will have their chance to meet Burrow, Jefferson and running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire on April 4th at the Mall of Louisiana in Baton Rouge. The only downside? It’ll cost ya. We want to know in the comments if you would be willing to shell $350 to take a photo and get an autograph from Joe Burrow, the greatest Tigers quarterback ever. 

College Football Now host Carter Bryant also discusses the latest in LSU news, including Tigers legend Kevin Faulk becoming the new running back coach. He also takes a quick peek in recruiting with prospects LJ Johnson and Raesjon Davis. Rumors are swirling around Davis as he is expected to take a visit to Notre Dame despite committing to the Tigers in January.

IN THE VIDEO ABOVE & BELOW: College Football Now host Carter Bryant also discusses the latest in LSU news!

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