Leonard Fournette spent his college career in Baton Rouge, but he’s spending part of his NFL draft training in a different SEC city.
The former LSU running back is currently training in Knoxville, Tenn. — home of the Tennessee Volunteers.
According to 247Sports’ Grant Ramey, Fournette has been working with Charles Petrone of Petrone Training on speed training since as early as Thursday.
The former LSU running back is getting prepared February’s NFL Combine and April’s NFL draft. He is currently viewed as the No. 9 overall prospect, according to CBS Sports, after rushing for 3,830 yards and 40 touchdowns in his three-year Tigers career.