Delvin Breaux Gets a Good Break

It must have looked scary to LSU fans to see one of their cornerback commitment, Delvin Breaux (6-0, 180, 4.5), carted off the field last Friday.

But after further review they can now rest easy, because Delvin Breaux said he will be back in action, not this week, but the next.


"It happened on a kickoff return," said the New Orleans-McDonough 35 standout. "I had broken my shin last

year and the doctor said I just received a blow on that exact spot. He said it's just a deep, deep bruise."


Breaux said he is excited about returning to the playing field and is looking forward to a certain match up.


"I'm definitely coming back for the Rummel game," said Breaux. "Right now I'm doing a lot of rehab. I'm doing ball exercises where I roll my ankle around on it. I'm doing rubber band exercises where I have to stretch it out. I'm also doing lunges to help me put pressure on it and walk on it."


As for his early summer commitment to the Tigers, Breaux said he is still very committed to LSU and plans to attend all of

their home games.


"I can't make it to the Tulane game, because we have a game that day," he said. "But I pretty much plan to make it to all the ones I can. I went to the ULL game and the Arizona game."


Even with his strong commitment, Breaux said he may still check

out some other schools but only to tag along with his brother, Lionel, when he takes some trips. Some of those possible destinations include Florida, Miami, Arkansas, Auburn, Southern and Grambling.


"Those coaches want me to get down there and just check out the campus and everything," said Breaux. "They know I've committed to LSU, they just want me to see their school. Right now I'm thinking about taking an official visit to Arkansas or Florida."


But, Breaux still has his home-state's team on his mind.


"Basically I just love their staff," said Breaux. "Les Miles is a great man to be under. They are my number one school and when the offer came, I had to take it."


Breaux said he talks with the LSU defensive backs when he comes into town.


"I talked to Jonathan Zenon, Chevis Jackson, Laron Landry and Ali

Highsmith," said Breaux. "As a matter of fact, I worked out with Jackson. They are all real nice guys. LSU's defense is really tough. I really like their linebacking corps. They are tough and competitive and really hard to run against. And, their corners are good lock down corners."


So far, other than the injury, Breaux's season has gone well. He said he hasn't had any interceptions yet this season, because no body throws his way.


"It seems like all of the action goes to the other side of the field," he said. "So, I just do my job and if they come my way then I will be ready."


Note: School is also going well for Breaux as he said he is maintaining a 3.0. He said he plans to take the ACT in September.


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