LSU cornerback dealing with foot fracture, out for spring, per Brian Kelly
An LSU cornerback is dealing with a foot fracture, Tigers coach Brian Kelly told reporters Saturday. The good news is he should be back before fall camp.
Kelly met with reporters after practice. According to The Advocate’s Wilson Alexander, the head coach shared that cornerback Jarrick Bernard-Converse is dealing with a fracture in his foot. Bernard-Converse is sidelined for the rest of spring but should be back for summer workouts, well before fall camp gets going.
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Cornerback Jarrick Bernard-Converse had a fracture in his foot, Brian Kelly said. He’s on pace to return in the summer. No concerns that it will linger.
— Wilson Alexander (@whalexander_) April 9, 2022
Bernard-Converse is a super senior using his extra year of eligibility at LSU. A multi-year starter at Oklahoma State, the Shreveport, Louisiana native transferred to LSU for the 2022 season. Last year, he started all 14 games for a 12-2 Oklahoma State team, logging 51 tackles, 1.5 sacks and had 11 passes defended.
Bernard-Converse played 51 games for OSU, with 47 consecutive starts, recording 216 tackles, including 7 for loss and 5.0 sacks. He has recorded 23 passes defended and a pair of interceptions.