Ed Orgeron was worried. This was back in December, and the LSU coach was getting his team ready to play in the Citrus Bowl against Heisman Trophy-winning Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson. The kickoff was at 11 a.m. “The LSU Tigers normally don’t play well at 11,” Orgeron said. “I wanted to make sure I changed that. We had a 7 o’clock — what we call ‘clap session.’ I walked in there at 6:45 and there was Jamal Adams, sitting there ready to go. I knew he was going to play great.” Adams, the Jets’ first-round draft pick, did just that. Adams, a safety, had five solo tackles on Jackson, including a highlight-reel play where he ran across the field and tackled Jackson behind the line of scrimmage. The Tig...