The LSU Tigers will be represented by two more players in the Senior Bowl.

Running back Darrel Williams and defensive lineman Christian LaCouture will be playing in the all-star game, joining receiver D.J. Clark.

This year's Senior Bowl is scheduled for Saturday, January 27 in Mobile, Alabama.

Williams, who played his high school football at John Ehret, had his best season at LSU in 2017, rushing for 820 yards and nine touchdowns, while also compiling 23 receptions for 331 yards.

Over his career with the Tigers, Williams rushed for 1,651 yards and 19 touchdowns.

In his final year as a Tiger, LaCouture accumulated a career-high 66 tackles, second-best on the team, while also finishing with a career-high six sacks.

Over his career at LSU, LaCouture appeared in 50 games, including 36 as a starter, compiling 152 tackles, to go along with 16.5 sacks.

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