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10-3, 2nd in SEC - West
White, Williams checking off boxes at LSU's Pro Day (2:46)

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Top CB draft prospect Greedy Williams showed off his confidence among other skills at LSU's pro day Friday. When asked if he's the best cornerback in the draft, Williams smiled and replied "What?!"

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints secondary coaches Aaron Glenn and Peter Giunta running the drills for LSU's DBs, including top draft prospect Greedy Williams, at the Tigers' pro day.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

LSU guard Tremont Waters is from New Haven, Conn., and off to a great start against Yale. Waters said he grew up so close to Yale, "if I had a strong enough arm, I could probably throw a rock to Yale's basketball facilities." He also played AAU with two Yale players. Waters has 13 points and six assists in the first half. No LSU player has recorded 10 assists in an NCAA Tournament game since assists became official in 1984.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Azar Swain has provided a spark off the bench for Yale, making both his 3-point attempts while also getting fouled on another -- making the two free throws that go with it. LSU coach Tony Benford has been animatedly telling his players to watch for the 3. The Bulldogs have used it to get themselves into the game.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

The story line going into LSU's first-round NCAA tournament game against Yale was whether the Tigers could put all the off-court distractions behind them. In the first three minutes, LSU looked ready to play, making three of its first four shots while Yale started 0-for-5. Yale got some good looks, but it's going to have to start making those buckets to have a shot against the bigger, more athletic Tigers.

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LSU board set to weigh Orgeron raise, extension

LSU coach Ed Orgeron is in line for a two-year extension to 2023 and a $500,000 pay raise to $4 million annually, plus incentives, under a proposal drafted by the university's athletic administration.

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The most dynamic game-breaker on each Top 25 team

Who will be the most electric players for the nation's top teams this season? Clemson and Alabama have an embarrassment of riches on offense, but they're not the only ones.

Devin White could lead a defense for the next decade (0:47)
Greedy Williams could be a shutdown NFL corner (1:27)

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Here are some of the best official times for the cornerbacks who worked out Monday at the NFL scouting combine: Jamel Dean (Auburn), 4.30; Mark Fields (Clemson), 4.37; Greedy Williams (LSU) 4.37; Isaiah Johnson (Houston), 4.40; Sean Bunting (Central Michigan), 4.42.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

LSU cornerback Greedy Williams with an unofficial 4.38 in his first 40-yard dash Monday morning is exactly what the scouts and general managers wanted to see given his 6-1 7/8, 185-pound frame is also what they covet at the position. The question some defensive backs coaches have is his tackling and Williams admitted to that Sunday when he was asked what his weakness was as a player -- “That's something I can improve, definitely going to improve on it, ready to get back on the field and get started working on it ... I've got to step that up and get that right and get the right technique.''

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

4.38 (u) 40 yard dash for LSU CB Greedy Williams (6-foot-2, 185). With that 40 time, Williams should be in the mix as the top CB in the 2019 class. Man-coverage skills, the frame to play the ball at the point of attack and the long-speed to match routes down the field.

Dane Beavers ESPN.com 

LSU cornerback Greedy Williams runs an unofficial 4.38 40-yard dash at the NFL combine. Williams is Mel Kiper Jr.'s top-ranked corner for the 2019 draft. That's a fantastic time for the 6-foot-2, 185-pound corner.

LSU LB White gets emotional after 40 time (0:27)

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

LSU cornerback Greedy Williams said "film don't lie" when asked Sunday if he was the best cornerback in the draft. He also said he has told teams he knows he has to work on his tackling. Williams added he plans to work with Patrick Peterson over the summer before he goes to his first training camp.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Teams will certainly select players in next month's draft on their ability to play football, but just texted a long-time scout to simply ask most impressive performances in the 40-yard dash by an impressive group of defensive players who have worked out Sunday and quickly got back "Williams, Sweat, White.'' That would be Alabama's Quinnen Williams (4.83 at 303 pounds), Mississippi State's Montez Sweat (4.41 at 260 pounds) and LSU's Devin White (4.42 at 237 pounds). Now the personnel folks will fit those times into what they see in the game video. It should be noted the same scout added "really liked what (Nick) Bosa did.'' All in all it has been a big day in Indianapolis for the front seven guys.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

LSU linebacker Devin White (6-foot, 237 pounds) is showcasing his athletic traits today in combine testing. White ran a 4.42 (u) 40 yard dash and posted a 39.5 inch vertical jump. That also meshes with his college film. Speed to the ball at the second-level.

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Clemson tops Alabama again -- in FPI rankings

With an edge on offense, Clemson gets the nod over Alabama in FPI's first ranking of 2019. Where did the rest of the FBS teams land? Check it out.

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