Nice write-up on Liggins from Rabalais in the Advocate:
Hart said Liggins’ biggest attribute is not his size but his dedication to winning. It’s what helped lead Lafayette to back-to-back Class 4A Mississippi state championships and 32 straight victories to close his prep career.
"He’s a leader. A big leader with a small ego," Hart said. "He’s willing for others to have success. That’s what made us successful. Some nights our running back ran for 200, 300 yards and Jeremy didn’t get that many. But that was never an issue. He’s got a great work ethic."
While LSU flirted with, courted and was ultimate jilted by one of the nation’s top quarterback prospects in Gunner Kiel (he signed with Notre Dame), Liggins stuck with the Tigers and gave LSU the quarterback signee its class desperately needed.