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LSU defensive back Andraez Williams (29) reacts after a call of a personal foul in the second half of LSU's 30-10 victory over Tennessee, Saturday, November 18, 2017, at The University of Tennessee's Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn.

Advocate staff photo by HILARY SCHEINUK

LSU landed four players on the All-SEC freshman team released Thursday, including a 27-year old.

Punter Zach Von Rosenberg, a redshirt freshman and former minor-league pitcher, joined cornerback Greedy Williams, tackle Saahdiq Charles and edge rusher K'Lavon Chaisson as rookies on the squad. LSU tied Missouri and Georgia for the most players on the freshman team.

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The Tigers' four representatives is tied for the second-most in school history. It's the seventh time since the All-SEC freshman team began in 1986 that the Tigers had four or more on the squad (with a high of 5 three times: 1995, 1996 and 2011).

Williams, a Shreveport native, led the league in both passes defended with 15 and interceptions with four. Charles started seven games, and Chaisson, a rotational player with starter Arden Key, made 25 tackles.

Von Rosenberg averaged 43.3 yards per punt on the year and was named the SEC Specialist of the Week following his performance at Alabama when he boomed five punts for 246 yards, including one for a career long 60 yards.

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