BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) As LSU freshman cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. ran in stride with receiver Terrace Marshall Jr., he twisted his torso toward the middle of the field and raised his hands to snatch Joe Burrow's deep pass, reminding the starting quarterback of the risk that comes with challenging the Tigers' highest-profile recruit.
Stingley's interception during LSU's spring game on Saturday highlighted a performance that left little doubt about his potential to build upon the "DBU" legacy in which LSU takes pride.
"The thing he does really well is he always plays the ball, so you can never just throw up 50-50 balls like I did today," Burrow said. "I tried to get him once. He got me."