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#1 at QB, #4 at TE & #5 at OL/#2 at DE & #4 at DB ranked by Rivals
The Tigers brought in the nation's No. 3 pro-style quarterback and the No. 6 dual-threat quarterback. Both are four-stars and inside the top 150 prospects nationally, adding depth and elite talent to the most critical position on the field.
Smith locked up the No. 2 tight end ranking in the 2013 class after an impressive week at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl last month. He has an outstanding pair of hands and will be a threat in the passing game. Stokes comes from the JUCO ranks.
The theme of this LSU offensive line group is strength. The 6-foot-7, 285-pound Pocic is one of the most physical offensive tackles in the class, and the 6-foot-5, 305-pound Boutte is the same at the guard position. Malone is the son of NBA Hall of Famer Karl Malone
The LSU class has high-end star quality plus depth, which makes it one of the better hauls at this position. Herron earned his fifth star after an impressive week at the Army game. Bower was one of the more interesting stories during signing day -- did he sign with LSU, Auburn or someone else? That finally was put to rest. Lacouture, Neal and Patterson offer nice depth that could develop in Death Valley.
White is athletic, great in coverage, can make up ground and proved he can do a little of everything at the Army game. He's a superb talent and one of the best athletes in this class. He leads the way, but Brazil, Jefferson and Robinson are outstanding and bring something special to the table. All three are four-star prospects who add nice depth to this class.
Great find. +1 ... I agree completely!
Maybe Miles' deepest class ever.
"That was Death Valley. It's where opponent's dreams come to die." - Miles
Deep but short a safety. Still a great class
A great, great class, and it's good to get the well-deserved kudos for the efforts the coaches put in to assemble this group. Several contributors from this group for next season, imo.
Miles said this on NSD and I agree with him. This class is deep top to bottom and fills almost every need they had. With the 2014 class, you then add on elite, elite players at each spot. These classes will build a very bright future for the LSU program.
"I guess you've just gotta find something you love to do and then... do it for the rest of your life." - Max Fisher
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