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Old February 6th, 2014
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http://network.yardbarker.com/colleg..._sport_college football_module_head_15723356

Considering LSU landed the #1 (Overall & RB) Recruit
and the #1 Receiver in the nation,
We've got two on the list.

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Malachi Dupre, WR, LSU
With Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry off to the NFL, the wide receiver position is a glaring need for LSU. Travin Dural is the teamís top returning statistical option at the position, catching only seven passes for 145 yards last year. Dural and Avery Peterson provide a solid foundation for new quarterback Anthony Jennings, but Dupre is a big catch on the recruiting trail. The New Orleans native turned down an opportunity to play at Florida State and committed to the in-state Tigers. Dupre was the No. 17 recruit in the 247Sports Composite rankings and averaged 17.9 yards per catch as a high school senior. Expect Dupre to be prominently featured in LSUís passing attack next year.

Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU
As the No. 1 rated recruit in 247Sports Composite ranking, it should be no surprise Fournette makes an appearance on this list. The New Orleans native committed to LSU in early January and is already slated for a big role in the backfield in 2014. The Tigers lost Jeremy Hill and Alfred Blue to the NFL Draft, leaving Terrence Magee and Kenny Hilliard as the top returning rushers. Magee and Hilliard are capable options, but Fournette is a special talent. At 6-foot-1 and 226 pounds, Fournette has the size to be an every-down back, while also possessing good speed to break big plays on the ground. Look for Fournette to emerge as LSUís No. 1 back (and a potential All-SEC player) in 2014.
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Jamal Adams, S, LSU
LSU is loaded with talent in the secondary. Cornerbacks Jalen Mills, Rashard Robinson and TreíDavious White anchor one of the top pass defenses in the nation next year, but safety Craig Loston must be replaced. Adams will likely find his way onto the field in some capacity in 2014.


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They are going to need Malachi to step up. I think something like 180 of LSU's catches are gone with Landry, Beckham, and Hill leaving.

It will be interesting to see how many touches Fournette gets. I mean, Hill had 142 carries as a freshman. I believe that is the most since Justin Vincent carried it 154 times as a freshman in 2003 (what a year that was). Are they going to give Fournette that many touches?
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He is gonna definitely get a bunch of carries next season!!! The man is huge to be a freshman RB.
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Learning curve will be steep.
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These freshmen are also doing well work for the better impact. These should to be continued.
Spam bot?

Or is it an Indian? You know, it really sounds like one of those telemarketers that calls you right at supper time.
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Spam bot?

Or is it an Indian? You know, it really sounds like one of those telemarketers that calls you right at supper time.
Yea something smells fishy.
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