Anthony Bradford was the first LSU Tiger to have his name called during the final day of the NFL Draft on Saturday.
Bradford was selected in the fourth round with the No. 108 overall pick by the Seattle Seahawks.
The 6-foot-5, 345-pound Bradford made a name for himself at LSU for his versatility as he started at three different positions across the offensive line.
Bradford earned 17 starts in his four years at LSU as he started 10 times at right guard, five at left tackle and 2 at right guard.
Defensive back Jay Ward was the second Tiger taken in the fourth round. Ward was selected with the No. 134 pick by the Minnesota Vikings.
The 6-foot-2, 188-pound Ward was a versatile defensive back who played safety, cornerback and nickel back during his LSU career. In 46 games (23 starts), Ward recorded 164 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss and 6 interceptions.
Minnesota selected another Tiger in the fifth round.
Defensive lineman Jacquelin Roy was chosen with the No. 141 overall pick by the Vikings.
The 6-foot-4, 315-pound defensive tackle appeared in 35 games (13 starts) and recorded 97 career tackles, 13.5 tackles for loss and 4.0 sacks.
LSU wide receiver Kayshon Boutte was chosen with the No. 187 overall pick by the New England Patriots on Saturday.
In his three seasons with the Tigers, the 6-foot, 205-pound New Iberia native appeared in 27 games (21 starts) and hauled in 131 receptions for 1,782 yards and 16 touchdowns.
Boutte’s biggest moment was during his freshman season when he set a SEC record with 14 receptions for 308 yards and three touchdowns in the regular season finale against Ole Miss.
Boutte — who set a SEC record with 14 receptions for 308 yards against Ole Miss in 2020 — earned Freshman All-American honors and Freshman All-SEC honors that year.
Cornerback Jarrick Bernard-Converse was selected in the sixth round, as the New York Jets chose him with the No. 204 overall pick.
The 6-foot-1, 205-pound former Evangel Christian star had 44 tackles (29 solo) and two interceptions in his lone season with the Tigers.
Prior to LSU, Bernard-Converse started 47 consecutive games in four seasons at Oklahoma State.