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#4 Todd Harris Jr. Season 2020

Redshirt Junior
Maringouin, La.
High School
Plaquemine HS

2021 LSU Graduate (Sports Administration)
2018 SEC Academic Honor Roll

Spent 6 years on the LSU roster, appearing in 48 games with 8 starts … Slowed by injuries late in his college career … Finished career with 83 tackles and 3 interceptions … Member of LSU’s 2019 national championship team … Earned SEC Academic Honor Roll status in 2018 … Graduated from LSU in 2021 with a degree in sports administration.

Played in 3 games as a super senior in 2022 … One of only a handful of players to actually appear in a game in 6 different seasons with the Tigers … First enrolled at LSU in 2017 … Recorded a pair of tackles … Played against Southern, New Mexico and UAB … Recorded 2 tackles in win over Southern.

Appeared in 8 games with one start … Start came against Kansas State in the Texas Bowl … In that game, had season-high 9 tackles and a pass breakup … Slowed most of the season with a nagging injury … Finally worked his way back to full speed for the Texas Bowl … Finished year with 13 tackles … Had a pair of tackles in win over Central Michigan and at Ole Miss.

Played in 10 games, starting five times … 30 tackles and two interceptions … Forced a fumble … Season-high seven tackles at Auburn … Had two tackles and forced a fumble at Missouri … Returned an interception 13 yards in win over Ole Miss in season-finale …. Had three tackles and returned an interception 21 yards in road win over Vanderbilt.

Played in three games with one start before being sidelined for the remainder of the season with an injury suffered against Northwestern State in Week 3 … Started at safety in season-opening win over Georgia Southern … Had one tackle against Georgia Southern and then followed that with a tackle for a 4-yard loss in the win over Texas … Added a tackle against Northwestern State … Granted a medical redshirt in 2019.

Played in 11 games with one start … Had nine tackles in first career start in win over Louisiana Tech … Came off bench after just one play against Alabama to replace and injured John Battle and responded with his first career interception and a career-best 12 tackles … Had a tackle and broke up two passes in Fiesta Bowl win over UCF … Finished year with 31 tackles, three pass breakups and an interception.

Played in all 13 games and finished with four tackles … Played a large part in the Tigers’ special teams.

Consensus four-star recruit and rated as the No. 3 prospect in Louisiana per 247Sports and ESPN … Ranked No. 83 in the ESPN 300 … Regarded as the No. 1 safety in Louisiana according to Scout … Invited to the 2017 Under Armour All-America game … Became the third Plaquemine player to be honored as an All-American along with former LSU defensive tackle Davon Godchaux and Plaquemine assistant coach Ja’Kouri Williams … Selected to the 2016 All-USA Louisiana Second Team Defense … Invited to The Opening in 2016, a premier Nike showcase camp in the summer … Voted to the 2016 All-State Class 4A Defensive Team by the Louisiana Writers Sports Association … Wrapped up senior season totaling 53 tackles, nine pass breakups, one interception and one fumble recovery … Helped lead Plaquemine to the quarterfinals of the Class 4A State Championship … Coached by Paul Distefano.

Parents are Terri and Todd Harris … Born Nov. 3, 1998.

Todd Harris’ Career Highs
Tackles: 12 vs. Alabama, 2018
Tackles for Loss: 1 vs. Texas, 2019
Sacks: 0
Interceptions: 1, 3x (Last: vs. Ole Miss, 2020)
Pass Breakups: 2 vs. UCF, 2019 Fiesta Bowl

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