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Kristian Fulton



Experience: R

Height: 5-11

Age: 21

Weight: 197 lbs

College: LSU


2019 LSU Graduate (B.A. Sport Administration)
2019 Second Team All-SEC (AP)


Two-year starter at cornerback for the Tigers in 2018 and 2019 … Graded out as one of the nation's top cornerbacks in 2019 … Capped career playing in 28 games, starting 25 times … Finished career with 65 tackles, 25 passes defended and two interceptions … Played opposite All-America Derek Stingley Jr. at cornerback and gave the Tigers the nation's top-rated cornerback duo in 2019 … Earned second team All-SEC honors as a senior … Tremendous speed and cover skills … A ball hawk with great hands and instincts … Just as aggressive against the run as he is defending the pass … Made an immediate impact in his return to the field in 2018 after sitting out the 2017 season … Graduated in December of 2019 with a degree in sports administration.


One of the nation's top cornerbacks … Teams with true freshmen Derek Stingley Jr. to form the nation's top cornerback duo … Second team All-SEC by the AP … Started all 15 games with 38 tackles and 15 passes defended … Had one interception … Helped lead LSU to 42-25 win over Clemson in CFP National Championship Game with a career-high six tackles, including a tackle for a 6-yard loss … Also broke up a pass in the win over Clemson … Had one tackle and broke up a pass against Oklahoma in national semifinal … Was targeted five times in the SEC Championship game and allowed one reception for 11 yards and added a PBU ... Only allowed seven yards on four targets against Texas A&M .... Added two pass breakups and three tackles against the Aggies ... Targeted just once against Arkansas ... Was not targeted at Ole Miss ... Against No. 2 Alabama, allowed just one reception on two targets and added a PBU ... Allowed just three receptions on seven targets against No. 9 Auburn ... Targeted five times at Mississippi State and only allowed one reception ... Intercepted MSU QB Garrett Shrader and had two PBUs ... Credited with a PBU and totaled three tackles against No. 7 Florida ... Finished with three tackles against Utah State ... Third on the team with tackles and also credited for a PBU at Vanderbilt ... Totaled a pair of pass breakups at Texas … Graduated in December of 2019 with a degree in sports administration.


Played and started 10 games … Missed final three games of season with an injury, which he suffered against Arkansas … Finished season with 25 tackles, 1.0 tackles for loss, nine pass breakups, an interception and a forced fumble … Teamed with Greedy Williams to give LSU the best pair of starting cornerbacks in the college football … Returned to the field after a year away from game action in win over Miami and responded with three tackles and two pass breakups … Had career-best five tackles the following week against Southeastern Louisiana … Had a tackle and an interception in win over No. 2 Georgia … Interception against Georgia came at the Bulldog 23-yard line and led to a LSU field goal and a 19-3 Tiger lead early in the third quarter … Other games with at least two pass breakups came against Louisiana Tech and Ole Miss … Had a tackle for a 7-yard loss in win over Arkansas … Ranked fourth in the SEC in passes defended (breakups plus interceptions) with 10.


Did not see any game action in 2017 … Practiced with the team each day.


Played in three games with no starts ... Saw action in wins over Missouri, Southern Miss and Louisville ... Had a tackle against both Missouri and Southern Miss.


Five-star prospect by 247Sports and garnered four-stars from Rivals, Scout and ESPN as a senior at Rummel High School in 2015 ... Listed as the No. 1 overall prospect in Louisiana by Rivals and 247Sports ... Named the No. 3 corner in the nation according to Scout ... Rated No. 27 in the ESPN 300 ... Regarded as the No. 3 corner in the nation and the No. 3 player in Louisiana by ESPN ... Ranked No. 3 in the NOLA.com "Nifty Fifty" ... Played in the 2016 Under Armour Game ... Member of the New Orleans Advocate Super Dozen and recognized in the All-USA Louisiana team as a first team defensive selection ... Earned Defensive Player of the Year honors on the New Orleans Times Picayune All-Metro list in 2015 ... LSWA Class 5A first team all-state in 2015 ... Named the New Orleans Advocate's Defensive Player of the Year as a junior in 2014 with 11 interceptions, 27 tackles and eight passes defended despite missing first three games of season with an injury ... Had three interceptions in his game against Holy Cross and returned one for a touchdown as a junior ... Followed that with two interceptions the next week in a 45-24 win over Brother Martin ... Helped Rummel to a 12-2 overall mark and a berth in the Louisiana Division I State Championship Game in 2015 ... Rummel went 11-2 in 2014 and reached the semifinals of the 5A playoffs ... Coached by Jay Roth.


Parents are Michelle and Keith Fulton ... Born Sept. 3, 1998.

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