BATON ROUGE — LSU added three more picks to the NFL Draft on Friday as offensive lineman Ed Ingram, running back Ty Davis-Price and cornerback Cordale Flott were all selected on Day 2 of the repechage.
Ingram was the first Tiger to leave the roster on Friday, advancing to the second round with the 59th overall pick for the Minnesota Vikings. Ingram, a three-year starter for the Tigers, becomes the highest-drafted offensive lineman for LSU since center Ethan Pocic was drafted No. 58 overall by the Seahawks in 2017.
Flott was the next Tiger on the board, advancing in the third round with the New York Giants’ 81st pick. Flott is the second LSU defensive back selected in this year’s draft, joining Derek Stingley Jr., who was ranked No. 3 overall by the Houston Texans.
This is the third straight year that LSU has had at least two defensive backs selected in the NFL Draft.
Running back Ty Davis-Price followed at No. 93 overall for the San Francisco 49ers. Davis rushed for 1,003 yards and six touchdowns as a junior in 2021. His best game as a Tigers came in the 2021 win over Florida when he set the LSU record with 287 yards and three touchdowns in the win over the Gators.
LSU now has four players selected in the first three rounds of the NFL Draft.
The NFL Draft ends Saturday with rounds 4-7.