Defensive lineman Christian LaCouture at LSU"s pro day activities, April 4, 2018 at its indoor practice facility.

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LSU hosts its pro day on Friday morning, and 12 pro-bound Tigers will work out in front of a crowd of scouts and reporters inside the university"s indoor practice facility.

For players who weren"t invited to the NFL combine earlier this month, it"s one of the only chances to work out in front of scouts ahead of the NFL draft on April 25-27.


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Here"s a quick schedule of the events:

- 8:30 a.m.: Player measurements

- 9:30 a.m.: Weight room testing (Vertical jump; Broad jump; Bench press)

- 10:15 a.m.: On-field testing (40-yard dash; Pro agility drill; 3-cone drill; 60-yard shuttle)

11:15 a.m.: Individual position workouts


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Below is a list and summary of the 12 LSU football players participating in the pro day, and it includes updated draft projections from Ric Serritella, creator of NFL Draft Bible and analyst for NFL Draft Scout.

Ed Alexander


LSU nose tackle Ed Alexander (99) tackles Florida running back Lamical Perine (22) in the second half of the Gators" 27-19 win over the Tigers, Saturday, October 6, 2018, at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Fla.

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Pos.: NT

Ht.: 6-3

Wt.: 331

College summary: Although Alexander made the SEC All-Freshman team in 2016, the St. Thomas Aquinas graduate didn"t become a consistent starter until he took over for injured starting nose tackle Breiden Fehoko (torn biceps) in Week 7 of the 2018 season. Alexander started in the final six games of the regular season for LSU, recording 28 total tackles, three tackles for loss and a sack before declaring early for the NFL draft before the Fiesta Bowl against Central Florida. Alexander sat out for the bowl game, and the LSU pro day will be his first professional evaluation of the offseason.

Draft projection: Undrafted free agent (Serritella) 


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Terrence Alexander


LSU cornerback Terrence Alexander (11) defends as Texas A&M wide receiver Kendrick Rogers (13) manages to pull in a reception in overtime in the Aggies" 74-72 win over the Tigers in the 7th overtime, Saturday, November 24, 2018, at Texas A&M"s Kyle Field in College Station, Texas.

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Pos.: CB

Ht.: 6-0

Wt.: 182

College summary: Lack of cornerback depth at LSU helped bring Alexander, a graduate transfer from Stanford, back to Louisiana. Questions surrounded whether or not starting cornerback Kristian Fulton"s suspension for using another person"s urine during a drug test would be lifted by the NCAA in time for the 2018 season. Fulton was reinstated, and Alexander started the first two games of the season at nickel safety until Kary Vincent eventually took over that starting position. The Stanford graduate, who turned down a $110,000-per-year cyber security job to keep pursuing football, ended up finding a place within the defense once injuries started to pile up in the secondary toward the end of the season. When Fulton suffered a season-ending ankle injury against Arkansas, Alexander started at corner in the final three games of the season. Alexander recorded 23 tackles and three passes defended at LSU, adding to his totals at Stanford, where he recorded 57 career tackles and an interception. LSU"s pro day will be Alexander"s first professional evaluation this offseason.