The Tigers filmed the computer-enhanced player intros and other vids that display on the Tiger Stadium jumbotrons before and during the games. While the final product typically looks like something out of a Hollywood blockbuster, the raw footage isn't quite as thrilling, as this shot of Danielle Hunter shows.
But Monday wasn't just about completing a seemingly menial offseason task. It also afforded the LSU freshmen to see their names on the backs of their jerseys for one of the first times.
Naturally the youngsters took to Twitter and Instagram to debut their new duds, providing LSU fans one of their first chances to see these fresh faces in purple and gold.
It almost seems like destiny for the one and only Leonard Fournette to inherit the No. 7 jersey, made famous by Patrick Peterson and not worn by a Tiger since Tyrann Mathieu in 2011. Looks to be a natural fit.
Jamal Adams and Malachi Dupre — two of the Tigers' four five-star freshmen — encourage LSU fans of the promising future awaiting the Tigers.
If there's one thing that Brandon Harris has, it's confidence. The freshman fighting for the starting QB job has high expectations for his first season, and that ambition might just have him a bit angry.
We'll have to give a big shoutout to the LSU equipment staff for managing to squeeze Trey Lealaimatafao's name, all 13 letters of it, on the back of that jersey.
No, John Battle won't be kicking for the Tigers this season. He's just a safety wearing the No. 30 jersey. Seems out of place though, doesn't it?
And we'll finish with Tony Upchurch, Garrett Brumfield, Clifton Garrett and Donnie Alexander, whose number reminds him of a reality show.