In January, Tyler Shelvin bypassed the NFL for at least more round at LSU. Lindy’s Sports feels the Tigers held on to the No. 6 defensive tackle in the country after the publication rated the junior from Lafayette, La. in its college football magazine. Since he redshirted and spent three years in college, Shelvin was draft eligible as a sophomore. His production of 39 tackles led LSU’s starters up front, topping Rashard Lawrence by 11 stops and Glen Logan by 19. Lawrence and Logan each missed three games due to injury, but Shelvin played in all 15 and missed just one start.