From McNeese to LSU, Colby Richardson had an uphill climb to becoming an FBS cornerback

Colby Richardson’s speed never was in question.

During his football career at McMain in New Orleans, he flashed his athletic ability often. Although he was fast, he also was a lanky 6-foot-1 jack-of-all-trades at a high school that had gone 20-30 in his four seasons.

Richardson did not attract strong interest from FBS schools, so he enrolled at McNeese State and played there for four seasons. Now he’s a graduate transfer cornerback and part of the regular rotation of the LSU secondary, and his size has grown with the uptick in competition.
— Read on www.nola.com/sports/lsu/article_92be741e-5582-11ed-bb8b-f7a9a368ef86.amp.html

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