LSU got another huge commitment from one of its underclassmen to return in 2019, with junior cornerback Kristian Fulton announcing his plan to play one more year:
Fulton played just 10 games for the Tigers this season, but was a strong second to All-American Greedy Williams, racking up 25 tackles and 10 pass break-ups, including an diving interception against Georgia.
A lower-leg injury suffered against Arkansas cost him the remaining three games of the season, but that injury also likely played into his decision to return. At 6-foot, 192 pounds he has the kind of size that NFL teams love, and with just a limited resume due to his one-year suspension in 2017, he surely has a lot to play for personally in 2018. He’ll be a preseason all-star team candidate, and should be one of the best cornerbacks in the country in the coming season.