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LSU senior G/T Vadal Alexander "is one of the SEC's best linemen and will be a key factor in Leonard Fournette's development at tailback," writes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.

"Alexander is a valuable player wherever LSU has needed him in its physical offense," Brown wrote. "After starting nine games at right tackle as a freshman, he has started 25 games the last two seasons at left guard. Now, he's back at right tackle for his senior campaign, with La'el Collins gone." The college football analyst grades the 6-foot-6, 320-pound Alexander as the No. 69 overall player in the sport.
Jul 31 - 10:47 PM

LSU junior QB Anthony Jennings will not face charges over an alleged burglary and has been reinstated to the team.

Charges were also dropped against defensive back Dwayne Thomas and defensive lineman Maquedius Bain. "The decision is based upon the request of the victim that no charges be filed and inconsistent and contradictory statements provided," East Baton Rouge district attorney Hillar Moore said. "Although the conduct of these students in this situation is unacceptable, it is not one, based on the facts, that warrant prosecution, although their actions could have subjected them to such." The three players will be subject to in-house discipline, though Jennings is free to re-enter the starting QB competition.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 31 - 8:30 PM

LSU sophomore S Jamal Adams is a "budding superstar," proclaims Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.

"Adams started only two games last year in a talented LSU secondary, but he showed signs of big things to come," Brown wrote. "He's the type of defensive back LSU is known for: a 6-foot, 206-pound sophomore who flies to the ball and will undoubtedly change the tide of a game or two." Brown grades Adams as the 74th-best player in the sport, an extremely optimistic outlook on his potential, which we agree is enormous.
Jul 31 - 8:09 PM

LSU junior CB TreDavious White will "likely emerge as one of the nation's top corners as a junior," believes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.

"It can be hard to find playing time in crowded LSU defensive backfields, but White has started 24 games in two years for the Tigers," Brown wrote. The college football analyst ranks White as the No. 82 player in the sport. According to Brown, White is a "standout No. 1 cornerback in what might be the nation's best secondary alongside safeties Jamal Adams and Jalen Mills."
Jul 31 - 2:51 PM

LSU senior S Jalen Mills has "established himself as a premier free safety," notes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.

"The trio of Mills, Jamal Adams and Tre'Davious White gives LSU yet another loaded secondary, one that will make life difficult for the inexperienced quarterbacks of the SEC," Brown wrote. The analyst ranked Mills as the No. 98 player in the country. The 6-foot-1, 194-pound Mills has started all 38 games during his college career and has the versatility to also play corner. He recorded 62 stops in 2014.
Jul 29 - 6:42 PM

LSU sophomore RB Leonard Fournette boasts a "special combination of power, speed, and change-of-direction ability," writes NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter.

The 6-foot-1, 230-pound Fournette led the Tigers with 1,034 rushing yards last year despite splitting carries, adding 10 touchdowns. He also had 625 yards and a touchdown on kick returns (1,786 all-purpose yards). Fournette is a legitimate Heisman candidate.
Source: NFL.com
Jul 26 - 10:31 PM

Sports on Earth's Matt Brown advises readers to "expect" LSU sophomore S Jamal Adams "to become a star, the type of player capable of making game-changing plays that we've come to expect from the best LSU defenses."

The 6-foot, 206-pounder had 66 tackles, five tackles for loss and five pass breakups last year. "The five-star recruit started only two games in a deep secondary, but he's now the unquestioned starter at strong safety, a position that will allow him to do a bit everything," Brown wrote. "He's an aggressive, athletic defensive back who had 66 tackles last season, and he's already embracing a leadership role on a rising LSU defense, even as just a sophomore." Adams excels both in the box and deep in coverage. He'll be playing in the NFL soon enough.
Jul 23 - 8:39 PM

LSU freshman RB Derrius Guice has returned to the team following a health scare.

Guice passed out at the team's facility and spent some time at the hospital but is now "fully healthy," according to head coach Les Miles. LSU is extremely young at running back, with Leonard Fournette leading the way.
Source: ESPN
Jul 22 - 11:57 AM

Sophomore Brandon Harris could be passing junior Anthony Jennings as LSU's No. 1 QB.

Jennings is currently on suspension, but head coach Les Miles seemed very optimistic he will return. Harris started one game last season but played in a couple of others, completing 25 of 45 attempts, including two interceptions, six touchdowns and 452 yards. Jennings' high school coach implored him to transfer following the season, but Harris stuck around and might be rewarded for it.
Source: AL.com
Jul 22 - 11:04 AM

LSU senior S Jalen Mills has the "frame and fluidity of a coveted cornerback, which he could be at the next level," writes ESPN's Mel Kiper.

The NFL might prefer to evaluate Mills as a corner, but that's not going to happen, as LSU moved Mills to safety in 2014. "So while safety might not even be his best position ultimately, at least you're getting the versatility," Kiper wrote. The 6-foot-1, 194-pound Mills has started all 38 games during his college career and recorded 62 stops in 2014. Kiper pegs Mills as the No. 4 senior safety prospect in the nation.
Jul 19 - 9:30 PM

LSU HC Les Miles told the media that the school has had at least one defensive lineman taken in the draft in 12 consecutive years.

Incredibly, the Mad Hatter's statistic is true. By the numbers: Marquise Hill and Chad Lavalais (2004), Marcus Spears (2005), Kyle Williams, Melvin Oliver and Claude Wroten (2006), Chase Pittman (2007), Glenn Dorsey (2008), Tyson Jackson and Ricky Jean-Francois (2009), Al Woods (2010), Drake Nevis and Lazarius Levingston (2011), Michael Brockers (2012), Barkevious Mingo, Bennie Logan, Sam Montgomery and Lavar Edwards (2013), Ego Ferguson (2014) and Danielle Hunter (2015). Not that Miles needed any help recruiting DL to the bayou, but that list of names is one heck of a sales pitch.
Source: NFL.com
Jul 19 - 6:55 PM

LSU senior G/T Vadal Alexander's "natural bulk and quickness make him a force in the run game and solid in pass protection," according to NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter.

Alexander will slide to right tackle this fall after playing LG the past two seasons. He's been working hard this summer to get ready for the change. The 6-foot-6, 320-pounder has "dropped 15 pounds" and is "working to get quicker feet and improve footwork," Senior Bowl Scout Patrick Woo recently reported.
Source: NFL.com
Jul 19 - 5:22 PM

LSU sophomore RB Leonard Fournette was one of the 50 players named to the Walter Camp watch list on Friday, for the award given to College Football's most outstanding player.

As a freshman, the 6-foot-1, 230-pound Fournette rushed for 1,034 yards and 10 touchdowns, breaking the LSU freshman rushing record. The LSU prospect also added 127 receiving yards and was a threat on special teams, recording 625 kickoff return yards, while totaling 1,786 all-purpose yards in 2014.
Jul 17 - 3:38 PM

LSU sophomore RB Leonard Fournette believes college player should not be able to enter the NFL draft after their sophomore year.

In other words, Fournette likes the system that is currently in place with players waiting three years after high school. The reasoning? Fournette says college players "may be physically but not mentally ready." The LSU running back should be the focal point of the offense this season and will have to wait until the 2017 draft to be selected.
Jul 17 - 11:57 AM

Senior Bowl Scout Patrick Woo notes that LSU senior G/T Vadal Alexander has "dropped 15 pounds" and is "working to get quicker feet and improve footwork."

The LSU prospect is sliding back outside to right tackle for the Tigers this season. The 6-foot-6, 320-pounder spent the last two seasons playing inside at left guard. Alexander started his career at right tackle, where he earned Freshman All-American honors. One of LSU's most seasoned lineman, Alexander, has played in a total of 38 games, with 34 starts on his resume.
Jul 16 - 2:23 PM


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