|Position:||Director of Player Development|
|High School:||Carencro HS|
Kevin Faulk, the leading rusher in LSU history and three-time Super Bowl Champion, is in his second year on the football staff as director of player development. Faulk joined the LSU football staff in January of 2018.
As LSU’s Director of Player Development, Faulk works with LSU’s football student-athletes on their academic direction, social development and overall quality of life with the goal of enhancing their development in the classroom, the community and on the football field.
Faulk, who is the school’s all-time leader in rushing yards (4,557) and rushing TDs (46), starred in the backfield for the Tigers from 1995-98, helping LSU to three bowl appearances over that span. Faulk earned All-America honors from the Associated Press in 1996.
Faulk holds a total of 12 school records, which includes three bowl game records. Among his other LSU marks include: rushing TDs in a game (5 vs. Kentucky, 1998); rushing yards in a bowl game (234 vs. Michigan State, 1995 Independence Bowl); all-purpose yards in a game (376 vs. Houston, 1996); touchdowns in a career (53); and 100-yard games in a career (22).
Faulk capped his record-setting LSU career as the SEC’s all-time leader in all-purpose yards with 6,833. He still ranks third in SEC history in rushing yards and rushing TDs.
Drafted in the second round of the 1999 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots, Faulk spent his entire 13-year NFL career with that franchise. Faulk appeared in five Super Bowls with the Patriots, winning the title three times.
Faulk scored 33 touchdowns (16 rushing, 15 receiving, 2 kickoff returns) during his career with the Patriots and he holds the franchise record for all-purpose yards (12,349) and kickoff return yards (4,098).
A native of Carencro, Louisiana, Faulk retired from the NFL on October 9, 2012 and was elected into the Patriots Hall of Fame on May 18, 2016. Faulk is a member of the Patriots All-Decade Team for the 2000s and was named to the franchise’s 50th Anniversary team as a return specialist.
Faulk is also a member of the LSU Athletic Hall of Fame as well as the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame.
Faulk graduated from LSU in December of 1998 with a kinesiology degree. He served as an assistant football coach at Carencro, his high school alma mater, following his retirement from the NFL before joining the LSU staff.