LSU linebacker Jabril Cox, a former All-American in the state of North Dakota, turns pro after just one season with the Tigers.
Cox, a 6-foot-4,231-pound senior, is No.. 4 inside linebackers available in the April NFL draft, according to Mel Kiper Jr. From ESPN. Cox was named a finalist for the Butkus Award, which was given to the best linebacker on the FBS, and was invited to play in the upcoming Senior Bowl.
In his only season at LSU, Cox was the team’s third leading tackler with 58 stops, along with 6½ tackles against loss, a sack, three interceptions, and a fiddly recovery in 10 games. Kiper Jr. . The Kansas City native behind Micah Parsons from Penn State, Chazz Surratt from North Carolina and Nick Bolton from Missouri are among the potential linebackers.
In the state of North Dakota, Cox helped the bison win three consecutive FCS national championships from 2017-19. The bison was 45-1 during its three seasons in which he had 258 tackles, 32 tackles for loss, and 14 sacks.
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