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A couple mentions about LSU targets:
-Rivals100 inside linebacker Kain Daub, who was named the Top Defensive Performer at the Camp, is still holding firm on Alabama and Florida State as his top two. He is taking a visit to Tallahassee on Monday to meet with the coaches. The 'Noles have to be feeling good about their chances and a commitment could come before summer. *(I saw Gino tweet that Coach Raymond will be visiting Daub "within the next month")*
A hard-hitting run-stuffer, Daub really isn't built for the one-on-one scenarios he usually sees at camps. While his coverage skills can still use some work, he continues to improve on a week-to-week basis. With his size and athleticism, Daub could probably move to defensive end at the next level if asked, but either way his future is bright.
- Kevin Toliver (named #7 best Defensive Player at the Camp) committed to LSU, but that hasn't stopped other schools from coming after him. Last week he took a trip to Florida. Florida State and Ohio State are trying to get him to campus for a visit. Yet, he is already looking forward to getting to Baton Rouge to follow in the footsteps of Patrick Peterson and Tyrann Mathieu.
Toliver has the size of a safety but the speed and cover skills on a top level corner. On Saturday, the LSU commit had it all on display. Toliver was a favorite of the defensive backs coaches at the event, drawing praise all day for his exceptional play. His standout performance was punctuated by an interception late in the day, where he looked more like the wide receiver running the route than the defensive back covering it. For his efforts, Toliver earned defensive skill position MVP honors.
- Greg Miclisse named Tennessee as his leader. Notre Dame was his favorite early on and if the Irish offered that would give him something to think about. This spring he took a visit to LSU and is still waiting on an offer from the Tigers.
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