We’re Giving Away Seven Footballs Autographed by No. 7 Kayshon Boutte

We encourage Tigers Football fans across the state to participate in our giveaway for a chance to win a football signed by Boutte.

Lucky No. 7! We’ve partnered with Tigers Football wide receiver Kayshon Boutte for a giveaway featuring seven autographed footballs to celebrate Boutte’s new No. 7 uniform number.

Schools across the nation place a special value on certain uniform numbers for college football athletes. For the LSU Tigers, one of those numbers is No. 7. The No. 7 uniform number is assigned to “dynamic playmakers,” who often show a high level of NFL potential.

The No. 7 jersey gained national recognition in 2008 with Patrick Peterson, whose legacy persists as one of the most distinguished athletes in Tigers Football history. Since then, No. 7 has been adorned by the “best of the best,” including Tyrann “Honey Badger” Mathieu, Leonard Fournette, D.J. Chark Jr., Jonathon Giles, Grant Delpit and Ja’Marr Chase.

Tigers Football fans have been waiting in anticipation of the next No. 7. But now, the wait is over. Boutte, who has sported a No. 1 uniform number throughout his impressive Tigers Football career, was reassigned No. 7 ahead of the 2022 season.

To celebrate Boutte’s No. 7 achievement, Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys is launching a giveaway featuring seven footballs signed by the No. 7 wide receiver. The giveaway will start on Tuesday, August 23, and will end on Wednesday, September 7. To enter, participants must follow @getgordon on Instagram, like and share the giveaway post and register on the giveaway page on the law firm’s website.

Boutte’s partnership with our law firm began a few months ago when Boutte signed a Name, Image, & Likeness (NIL) with Gordon. From commercial shoots to community appearances and now a celebration giveaway, our partnership with Boutte has proven to be an exciting endeavor for all parties.

We encourage Tigers Football fans around the state to participate in the giveaway for a chance to win one of seven footballs signed by the standout No. 7 Tigers Football wide receiver.