BATON ROUGE, La. — There were no shortage of Tigers on hand for LSU’s spring game on Saturday, both new and old.
LSU celebrated all the generations of Tigers during halftime of the Purple-White spring game, including a handful of NFL hopefuls.
Offensive tackles Vadal Alexander and Jerald Hawkins, linebackers Deion Jones and Lamar Louis and safety Jalen Mills were among the former Tigers that were in the stadium before they prepare to hear their names get called in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Additionally, LSU alums such as wide receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry and linebacker Kwon Alexander were on hand to take in the game.
The main attraction, however, was the Class of 2016 LSU football signees being introduced over the loud speaker at Tiger Stadium.
Numerous signees made the trek to take in the game, including five-star defensive tackle Rashard Lawrence and five-star cornerback Kristian Fulton, as well as safeties Cameron Lewis and Eric Monroe, wide receiver Drake Davis, defensive ends Sci Martin and Caleb Roddy, kicker Connor Culp, defensive tackle Glen Logan, tight end Jamal Pettigrew, offensive guard Donavaughn Campbell and quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr. All received a welcoming greeting from those in attendance.
Other signees included wide receivers Dee Anderson and Stephen Sullivan, cornerback Saivion Smith, running back Devin White and linebacker Michael Divinity Jr., but those early enrollees were already in uniform and competing in Saturday’s contest.