BATON ROUGE, LA – LSU University paid tribute to two football legends during a heartfelt jersey retirement ceremony. Star quarterback Max Johnson and standout wide receiver Kayshon Boutte were honored for their extraordinary contributions to the Tigers’ football program.
The emotional ceremony saw Johnson’s No. 14 LSU Tigers Football Jersey and Boutte’s No. 1 jersey being retired, forever immortalizing their names in LSU’s football history. The event was attended by current and former players, coaching staff, and devoted fans.
“Max and Kayshon have left an indelible mark on LSU football,” said Coach Ed Orgeron. “Their passion and dedication have inspired our team and our fans.”
In addition to the jersey retirement, both Max Johnson and Kayshon Boutte were inducted into LSU’s Hall of Fame, joining an esteemed group of football greats.
“I am truly honored to be part of the LSU family,” said Max Johnson. “The support from our fans has been incredible.”
Kayshon Boutte expressed his gratitude, stating, “LSU has been my home. I am grateful for the memories and experiences here.”
The jersey retirement ceremony was a poignant moment for LSU fans, paying tribute to the exceptional careers of Max Johnson and Kayshon Boutte, and inspiring the current Tigers to continue the tradition of excellence on the field.