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Top 9 Things To Watch In Fall Camp (before media get kicked out): 4. Battle at CB

Donte Jackson was also a track star for Riverdale. (HILARY SCHEINUK)

Donte Jackson was also a track star for Riverdale. (HILARY SCHEINUK)

LSU players report for fall camp on Aug. 5 so we’re counting down to that day with a daily blog series on things to watch during camp. Traditionally, the media has been cut off from viewing practices at some point during camp so we might have to be quick with the observations.

No. 4: Battle for the starting cornerback job

Who’s Involved: Ed Paris, Kevin Toliver, Donte Jackson

The Scoop: Toliver and Paris competed for this spot in the spring, and Paris appeared to have the edge. Toliver, though, is a talented player who’s expected to challenge for the starting job. He was the No. 1 CB prospect in last year’s class, according to some recruiting services.

Throw the speedy Jackson into the mix and this is a three-way competition among several highly touted young guys. Coach Les Miles, when rattling off his starting group earlier this week, mentioned Jackson, a five star prospect. He did not mention Toliver or Paris, possibly just an oversight by the coach.

Miles said Jackson ran a 4.36 40-yard dash recently.

“We’d expect he be fast enough to play corner,” Miles said.

It’s clear that Jackson will be in the mix at the position. It’s unclear how close he could be to grabbing the spot. Is he ahead of another incoming DB signee, Xavier Lewis, and sophomore Russell Gage?

Paris, meanwhile, is adamant on playing this season and playing a lot. A reserve last year who played mostly on special teams, Paris said, “My time’s now” during an interview this spring.

What Will We Watch Happen: Don’t be surprised if Paris is at the top of the depth chart when it’s released at some point over the fall or the week of the season opener.

But this position might be a revolving door. Jackson and Toliver could both get substantial playing time throughout the season, spelling Paris and pushing him, eventually, for the No. 1 job.

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Top 9 Things To Watch In Fall Camp (before media get kicked out): 5. LB Kendell Beckwith and S Jamal Adams

LB Kendell Beckwith

LB Kendell Beckwith

LSU players report for fall camp on Aug. 5 so we’re counting down to that day with a daily blog series on things to watch during camp. Traditionally, the media has been cut off from viewing practices at some point during camp so we might have to be quick with the observations.

No. 5: Defensive stars LB Kendell Beckwith and S Jamal Adams

Who’s Involved: Kendell Beckwith and Jamal Adams

The Scoop: Who would have thought entering this season that Beckwith and Adams would be the projected top playmakers of the 2015 defense?

Adams was a true freshman last season in a secondary that was stacked. Beckwith was a backup who had been moved from defensive line to linebacker. Those close to the LSU program saw the potential of each, but could they grab their chances in 2014?

They both excelled, each turning what seemed like a small amount of early playing time to large swaths by the season’s end. Adams reminds some around Baton Rouge of Tyrann Mathieu, and Beckwith is a head-hunting, physical backer who finished second on the team in tackles last season – despite starting only the second half of the year.

LSU’s defense will rest on these two guys so why wouldn’t we want to  watch them during camp?

What Will We Watch Happen: Most would be shocked if Beckwith didn’t lead this squad in tackles. He’s poised for a breakout junior season that could catapult him to pro ball early.

Adams, just a sophomore, is certainly to be one of LSU’s starting safeties. He’s an aggressive, quick and smart player who seems to be following in the footsteps of other Tigers greats at the defensive back position.

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Top 9 Things To Watch In Fall Camp (before media get kicked out): 6. Interior O-line battle

Ethan Pocic, far left, is assured a spot in the interior line, but where? (Travis Spradling)

Ethan Pocic, far left, is assured a spot in the interior line, but where? (Travis Spradling)

LSU players report for fall camp on Aug. 5 so we’re counting down to that day with a daily blog series on things to watch during camp. Traditionally, the media has been cut off from viewing practices at some point during camp so we might have to be quick with the observations.

No. 6: Battle at the three interior offensive line positions

Who’s Involved: Ethan Pocic, Josh Boutte, Andy Dodd, Will Clapp

The Scoop: This might not be as big of a competition as first thought after Les Miles on Wednesday rattled off the five starters: LT Jerald Hawkins, LG Pocic, C Clapp, RG Boutte, RT Vadal Alexander.

Still, it should be a battle to watch with Dodd trying his best to creep into the rotation at center. There are others involved, too. Garrett Brumfield and KJ Malone included and don’t forget about highly touted freshmen like Maea Teuhema.

Tigers O-line coach Jeff Grimes shuffled the interior throughout spring practice. Reporters only had limited windows into spring drills, but it was obvious that Grimes was tinkering to find the best group. He reiterated that in an interview recently with The Advocate.

“It’s really about getting your best five on the field and then, once you determine who your best five are, now … not only what does each guy play best but how they fit together best,” Grimes said. “You’d like to have a nice balance. You want to have guys who are comfortable playing next to each other and you want to put each guy in position where he can be most successful.”

During spring, Brumfield and Malone were sometimes at guard with Pocic at center. Dodd was at center some with Clapp and Pocic at guard. Boutte seemed to come on late in the spring and then was slotted as a starter at guard for the spring game.

What Will We Watch Happen: Nobody wants to see football players get injured, but it happens. Especially in fall camp. Especially to offensive linemen.

All it takes is for one guy to go down and someone gets their shot to squeeze into the rotation.

Outside of injuries, it appears the five Miles gave as starters are the guys LSU wants to go with. But, still, Grimes sounded noncommittal last week on discussing his starters in the interior. He’s still feeling out this group and will probably be doing so up to the season opener.

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LSU begins Fournette, Simmons marketing campaign

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LSU is thrusting its two star athletes into the spotlight more than ever.

The school announced Friday that it’s beginning a new ticket-selling marketing campaign – called “We Geaux 25/7″ – based on the jersey numbers of basketball player Ben Simmons and football player Leonard Fournette. Both standouts were ranked as the No. 1 recruit in the nation – Fournette in 2014 and Simmons this year.

Simmons wears No. 25, and Fournette dons No. 7. In a release, the school says that other basketball players and football players will be used in the campaign – all with the goal to promote both sports and sell tickets.

As part of the campaign, Simmons is joined by freshmen Antonio Blakeney and Brandon Sampson and returning stars junior Tim Quarterman and senior Keith Hornsby. Football players joining Fournette in some of the campaign promotional materials in days and weeks to come include senior offensive lineman Vadal Alexander, junior linebacker Kendell Beckwith, junior defensive tackle Christian LaCouture, and senior linebacker Lamar Louis.

The school hasn’t shied away from using its stars in promotional ways. Over the summer, LSU took criticism nationally for a ticket-selling campaign that used Simmons’ torso on a poster that read “He’s coming.”

Top 9 Things To Watch In Fall Camp (before media get kicked out): 7. Malachi Dupre’s emergence

Malachi Dupre finished last season with five touchdowns. (Angela Major)

Malachi Dupre finished last season with five touchdowns. (Angela Major)

LSU players report for fall camp on Aug. 5 so we’re counting down to that day with a daily blog series on things to watch during camp. Traditionally, the media has been cut off from viewing practices at some point during camp so we might have to be quick with the observations.

No. 7: Sophomore receiver Malachi Dupre’s emergence as the go-to guy

Who’s Involved: Malachi Dupre and Travin Dural

The Scoop: Last year, Dural had 20 more catches and 450 more yards than the next best LSU receiver. Malachi Dupre hopes to change that this go-around, and, at least in spring ball, it appears the once highly touted recruit from New Orleans is on the path there.

Dupre emerged in spring as the leader of the receiving corps. He out-distance everyone in the spring game (4 catches, 112 yards, 2 touchdowns), and, during practice, appeared to be the No. 1 guy in drills.

Dupre might not only give LSU a second option to Dural this year – something the Tigers lacked in 2014. He may give them a No. 1 option. Dupre gained 10 pounds during the off-season, bulking up to nearly 200 pounds in an effort to combat the physicality of SEC defensive backs.

“I don’t feel slower,” Dupre said during spring. “I feel better when I’m running. Getting stronger helps everything.”

What Will We Watch Happen: Dupre just might overtake Dural for the go-to option for LSU’s quarterbacks. The issue: LSU’s quarterbacks.

Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris are expected to wage a fierce battle for the starting gig during fall camp. Jennings struggled in getting the ball down field to someone other than Dural last season, and Harris had mental lapses that lost him the starting job.

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LSU debuts at No. 13 in the USA Today/coaches top 25

(Travis Spradling)

(Travis Spradling)

LSU is a top 15 team. At least that’s what college football’s coaches think.

The Tigers debuted at No. 13 in the USA Today/coaches preseason poll released Thursday – the first of the two major rankings revealed. The AP poll is set for release Aug. 23. The coaches poll releases exactly a week before LSU opens fall camp, next Thursday.

LSU is ranked in the USA Today/coaches preseason poll for the 15th straight season.

Ohio State is ranked No. 1, and three SEC teams are ahead of the Tigers in the rankings: 3 Alabama, 7 Auburn, 9 Georgia. LSU plays four teams ranked in the poll, including 20 Arkansas and 15 Ole Miss. Tennessee is 25th, and Missouri is 23rd. Mississippi State and Texas A&M are receiving the most points of those not in the poll.

Here’s the full poll.

LSU finished last season unranked in the AP and USA Today/coaches poll for the first time since 2008, as the Tigers slid to an 8-5 finish, capped with a 31-28 loss to Notre Dame in the Music City Bowl.

LSU was ranked No. 13 in the USA Today/coaches preseason poll last year and the year before. The first regular-season poll this year is scheduled to be released Sept. 8. The final regular-season poll is scheduled to be released Dec. 6.

The voting panel, consisting of 64 Football Bowl Subdivision head coaches, is chosen conference by conference by the American Football Coaches Association via a random draw. A coach must indicate to the AFCA his willingness to participate before his name is included in the pool.

Les Miles is voting in this year’s poll.

Miles and his crew have had an active off-season. Three players have transferred, including highly touted defensive recruits Clifton Garrett and Travonte Valentine, and five players were arrested in a month span.

Anthony Jennings, last year’s starting quarterback and a guy expected to compete for the gig with Brandon Harris in fall camp, remains suspended along with two others for his arrest on unauthorized entry into an inhabited dwelling. DA Hillar Moore on Wednesday suggested the case against Jennings and others could be dropped soon.

LSU in the coaches preseason poll…final poll since 2008

  • 2014: 13…NR
  • 2013: 13…14
  • 2012: 1…12
  • 2011: 4…2
  • 2010: 16…8
  • 2009: 9…17
  • 2008: 6…NR

LSU’s starting lineup, according to Les Miles

Les Miles. (AP)

Les Miles. (AP)

LSU has yet to release a fall camp starting lineup or depth chart. The school didn’t have one in its fall prospectus handed out at media days and didn’t provide one at the end of spring.

In a sense, LSU coach Les Miles provided one Wednesday during his yearly address to the Baton Rouge Rotary Club. Based on Miles’ comments, here’s LSU’s starting group heading into camp with additional comments from Miles on each position:

QB

  • Anthony Jennings/Brandon Harris

“Brandon Harris is taking much of the summer snaps and we also think that Anthony Jennings is at a point … both of those two guys will compete and the best guy’s going to be our quarterback.” Here’s more news on the arrest of Jennings and others from DA Hillar Moore.

WR

  • Travin Dural
  • Malachi Dupre
  • D.J. Chark
  • John Diarse
  • Trey Quinn

Miles said Dural “might be the best receiver that we have. Deep threat. I think he’s maturing.”

Miles on Trey Quinn: “Smart as a whip and knows everybody’s assignment. You just can’t afford not to play him.” Quinn didn’t play for much of last season after dropping two to three critical passes in the loss to Alabama.

RB

  • Leonard Fournette
  • Darrel Williams
  • Derrius Guice
  • Nick Brossette

“Leonard Fournette should be a Heisman contender,” Miles said.

FB

  • John David Moore

Miles flatly said that Moore will be LSU’s starting fullback.

OL

  • LT: Jerald Hawkins
  • LG: Ethan Pocic
  • C: Will Clapp
  • RG: Josh Boutte
  • RT: Vadal Alexander

    Will Clapp has settled into his role at center, coach Les Miles said Wednesday. (Angela Major)

    Will Clapp has settled into his role at center, coach Les Miles said Wednesday. (Angela Major)

Miles said that Boutte is “the largest man I have ever known.”

As a whole of the line: “We will have some youth mixed with some veterans. Big, strong and capable. I would guess they would really compete well.” He specifically named those five as the starters in those spots.

DL

  • DE: Tashawn Bower
  • DT: Christian LaCouture
  • DT: Davon Godchaux
  • DE: Lewis Neal

Just like the offensive line, Miles named those four players as starters, but he did say several young players could see time at end, including freshmen Arden Key and Isaiah Washington.

“We’re not going to be fearful to play some freshmen. This Arden Key, I think, is a guy we’re going to have to give a look to,” Miles said. “I like this Isaiah Washington, guy has more athleticism and speed. Gives us a chance to get on the field and pass rush. Arden Key is reminded to me of a young Keke Mingo.”

Miles on the defense overall: “If the young ends come to life, we’re as good as we need to be. Period.”

Deion Jones, as expected, will be a starter this year, Miles said. (HILARY SCHEINUK)

Deion Jones, as expected, will be a starter this year, Miles said. (HILARY SCHEINUK)

LB

  • SLB: Lamar Louis/Duke Riley
  • MLB: Kendell Beckwith
  • WLB: Deion Jones

Miles named those four linebackers, grouping together Louis and Riley, suggesting they’ll share that starting role and rotate.

Miles called the group “the glue to the defense.”

“We should have great speed. It’s always important in that spot,” he said.

DB

  • CB: Tre’Davious White
  • S: Jamal Adams/Rickey Jefferson
  • S: Jalen Mills/Rickey Jefferson
  • CB: Donte Jackson/Ed Paris

Surprisingly, Miles did not mention Ed Paris or Kevin Toliver, who are expected to compete for the CB spot opposite White. That might just be oversight by Miles, but the coach did specifically mention freshman Donte Jackson. He said Jackson ran a 4.36 40-yard dash recently.

“We’d expect he be fast enough to play corner,” Miles said.

Miles mentioned three safeties: Jefferson, Adams and Mills. He did not mention suspended DB Dwayn Thomas.

P

  • Jamie Keen
  • Josh Growden

KO

  • Trent Domingue/Cameron Gamble

Miles specifically said these two will “compete.”

PK

  • Colby Delahoussaye

Les Miles to DA Hillar Moore: ‘I’m on your schedule'; Moore suggests charges could be dropped

East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore suggested Wednesday that the charges against LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings and two other football players could be dropped and that the case would be decided “fairly soon.”

Moore, speaking to reporters at the Baton Rouge Rotary Club meeting, said that if Jennings’ case didn’t involve athletes, it would likely have been dismissed already.

“If this was a regular case, take football out of it, if it just involved a regular LSU student, you wouldn’t have known it happened. It would routinely be dismissed,” he said. “I’m taking my time to get it right.”

The victim in the the ordeal has asked that the case be dismissed, Moore said. Moore is waiting on the transcripts of interviews from those involved in the case. He said he was supposed to get the transcripts Tuesday.

“It could be today or tomorrow,” he said from the Rotary Club meeting, held  in the club area of the new south end zone addition to Tiger Stadium.

At the same event, coach Les Miles added some fuel to the fire  during his yearly speech to Rotary Club members and guests.

Les Miles addresses the Rotary Club.

Les Miles addresses the Rotary Club.

Miles spoke directly to Moore during his address to the hundreds gathered before him.

“I’m right there with you. You hear me? As we have always operated, I’m on your schedule,” Miles said, pointing to Moore, sitting in a far corner of the room. “You tell me what you need to tell me, and I will operate accordingly. I promise you.”

The room burst into laughter before Miles added, “Please don’t write that in the paper. Please don’t write that.”

Moore spoke to reporters before and after Miles’ speech regarding the incident involving Jennings, defensive back Dwayne Thomas and defensive lineman Maquedius Bain. He hasn’t formally charged the three.

All three were arrested for unauthorized entry into an inhabited dwelling after walking into the apartment of a fellow student to retrieve items allegedly stolen from Jennings a week before. Jennings filed a police report for the stolen items. Thomas was also booked on simple burglary.

All three have been suspended since their arrest on June 18, throwing a wrench into the heated starting quarterback battle between Jennings and sophomore Brandon Harris.

This is the third straight season in which a key LSU football player’s arrest has his status hanging in the balance ahead of fall camp. RB Jeremy Hill was reinstated to the team hours before fall camp began after a judge did not send Hill to jail for violating his probation.

Last year, defensive back Jalen Mills’ charges were lessened to a misdemeanor, news Moore announced just after midnight on the day camp began. Both players participated in the opening day of camp.

LSU opens camp next Thursday.

“Unfortunately this seems to happen every year,” Moore said. “It’s frustrating for me and for the coaches, I’m sure. These are all young kids who make stupid mistakes.”

Miles over the last several weeks has said that Jennings will return to the team and said he’s “optimistic” about the arrested players and that a resolution is coming soon. He suggested Jennings’ return again Wednesday.

“Brandon Harris is taking much of the summer snaps and we also think that Anthony Jennings is at a point … both of those two guys will compete and the best guy’s going to be our quarterback,” Miles said.

Twitter Mailbag: You asked about LSU baseball players transferring, the QB battle, the football schedule and more

Danny Zardon is transferring to NAIA's Nova Southeastern, where he can play immediately. (HILARY SCHEINUK)

Danny Zardon is transferring to NAIA’s Nova Southeastern, where he can play immediately. (HILARY SCHEINUK)

Twitter Mailbag is a blog series running each Tuesday answering readers’ questions about the LSU football team. Readers submit their questions through Twitter each Tuesday, and the best are posted here with answers. Follow us on Twitter at @DellengerAdv to submit a question.

It’s pretty clear that Zardon left for playing time. Mainieri said he and Zardon had an “honest” conversation in which the coach couldn’t promise Zardon an everyday starting spot. At that point, Zardon decided to transfer.

Byrd’s decision surprised Mainieri, the coach said. Byrd seemed poised to compete for a starting position, though him getting one may have been tough. LSU has a host of position freshmen and junior college transfers coming in who are expected to compete for starting spots at the seven open jobs, including all four in the infield.

Byrd’s summer ball season was cut short because of arm soreness, Mainieri said.

“I still wanted him to come back,” the coach said. “I can’t say what chances he would have had on starting. I can’t say he would have had the inside track. He needed to prove he was worthy. He didn’t have that opportunity to do that this summer with 50-60 at-bats.”

The Tigers are favored in all but two games: at Alabama (+9) and at Ole Miss (PICK). With the uncertainty at QB, it’s tough to see LSU going 10-2, but it’s not out of the question.

The Tigers look solid at offensive line and are deep and talented at the receiver and running back spots. On defense, LB Kendell Beckwith and S Jamal Adams appear to be two of of the best in the conference – if not the nation.

Put it all together and LSU could contend for a championship – if it gets better play from the QB position. It can’t get much worse of play. Anthony Jennings had the lowest completion percentage (48.9) for an LSU starting QB last year since Marcus Randall in 2002, and he threw for just 123 yards a game last season.

Outside of Ole Miss and Alabama, LSU has a toughie with Arkansas, despite it being at home, and on the road in Week 2 at Mississippi State. Auburn comes into Tiger Stadium the very next week for a day game, too. Could LSU go 10-2? Sure. Could LSU go 7-5? Sure.

You’re not necessarily the only one in that group. Of players most would have expected to transfer this season, Kramer Robertson and Danny Zardon probably led the list. Zardon is gone. Robertson is staying, at least that’s how it appears.

And maybe that’s because he has a real shot to get a starting infield job. After all, LSU is losing all four infielders.

In an extensive postseason interview with Mainieri, the coach said that Robertson would compete for the starting shortstop job with incoming players O’Neal Lochridge and Trey Dawson. Robertson, who’s started several games at second base as a freshman in 2014, is an option at second as well. But he might have to hold off Delgado CC transfer Cole Freeman there.

Ah, the ole quarterback question. This is tough to answer, seeing as though LSU hasn’t started fall camp, but I will say this: Given Jennings’ suspension and Harris’ extra year with the program, Harris has more of a shot to play before Jennings than he did last season.

For the last six weeks – since Jennings’ suspension – Harris has taken over voluntary team workouts. Coaches and players have lauded his maturity, accuracy and leadership. Harris has every opportunity to take the gig from Jennings. It feels like things are moving in that direction, but who really knows?

A couple of returning players have a chance this fall to really reach out and grab a starting position: Kramer Robertson and Greg Deichmann. Robertson, as written above, will compete for the shortstop job and has shown in the past that he can play second base. Deichmann is a more difficult projection, but he needs to find that offensive production that he had in high school. Find it and Mainieri could find a place for him somewhere.

You get the feeling that these are make or break guys. They need to find spots with authority this fall or their LSU careers seem to be in limbo.

Mainieri suggested in our Q&A earlier this summer that he’d actually like to have Jared Poche as a No. 3 starter. The problem: finding a No. 2 starter. LSU couldn’t find anyone last season behind Alex Lange and Poche.

This fall is huge for three sophomores who eventually slipped from starting roles in 2015: Austin Bain, Jake Godfrey and Doug Norman. If there are any players to watch this fall, it’s those three, along with incoming Texas pitcher Cole McKay.

Not the best, but not impossible. The Tigers have to travel to Mississippi State in Week 2 and host Auburn in a day game in September (H-O-T) in Week 3. They’ll go to South Carolina, too. LSU is favored in all three of those games, but they obviously present problems.

It’s the back end of LSU’s schedule that’s the toughest, though, starting with Alabama. The last four games: at Bama, vs. Arkansas, at Ole Miss, vs. Texas A&M. Those are four toughies in a row.

Pretty well. The Tigers lost two of 16 signees – LHP Jacob Taylor and SS Mitch Piatnik. Coaches, at the time of his commitment, thought Piatnik would definitely show up. So it was a disappointment as it got closer to draft day when he began to slip away and ultimately signed a pro deal. He was expected to compete for the duties at shortstop.

They did keep highly touted Texas pitcher Cole McKay, an expected move that coaches knew about weeks out. McKay’s asking price was far too high for him ever to sign professionally. McKay was a top 100 player in the draft.

Trey Dawson, an infielder from West Virginia, turned down $600,000 to come to school. He’s expected to challenge for the job to replace Alex Bregman at shortstop. Meanwhile, RHP Riley Smith, a junior college signee, turned down $200,000 and appears to be an experienced arm who could see time early.

Top 9 Things To Watch In Fall Camp (before the media get kicked out): 9. Fournette returning kicks

Leonard Fournette's 100-yard kickoff return against Notre Dame showed his speed. (Travis Spradling)

Leonard Fournette’s 100-yard kickoff return against Notre Dame showed his speed. (Travis Spradling)

LSU players report for fall camp on Aug. 5 so we’re counting down to that day with a daily blog series on things to watch during camp. Traditionally, the media has been cut off from viewing practices at some point during camp so we might have to be quick with the observations.

No. 9: RB Leonard Fournette serving as LSU’s kickoff returner

Who’s Involved: Leonard Fournette, Trey Quinn, Travin Dural, Tre’Davious White, Donte Jackson, Jamal Adams, Trey Quinn, Derrius Guice, DJ Chark.

The Scoop: Leonard Fournette returning kickoffs has been a hot topic, especially among the fan base. Is he good enough? Isn’t that risking injury to LSU’s star player?

Fournette finished last season season averaging 26 yards a kick return. That ranked 18th nationally. Better than you thought, right? Fournette also returned a kick 100 yards for a touchdown in the loss to Notre Dame in the Music City Bowl.

Similar to his play in the backfield, Fournette eased into the kickoff return duties, hitting his stride late in the year. According to coach Les Miles’ comments last week, the sophomore will at least get a crack at returning kicks for LSU.

Leonard Fournette at SEC media days. (AP)

Leonard Fournette at SEC media days. (AP)

“He’ll certainly will get that opportunity. He sure was good last year,” Miles said.

Fournette expressed at SEC media days two weeks ago that he’d like to return kicks but that the decision is up to the coaches.

What Will We Watch Happen: Probably nothing. The window in which media are allowed to watch practice normally does not include special teams. We’ll have to question players and Miles during fall camp for information on kick returners.

Don’t count out those other guys listed above – especially a speedy rookies like Donte Jackson and Derrius Guice – but Fournette, it appears, is the man to beat for the job. LSU wants to get him as many touches as possible. Both Miles and OC Cam Cameron have said “15-20″ touches per game is the target – and probably the bare minimum.

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  • No. 9: Fournette returning kicks
  • No. 8: ? (Wednesday)
  • No. 7: ? (Thursday)
  • No. 6: ? (Friday)
  • No. 5: ? (Saturday)
  • No. 4: ? (Sunday)
  • No. 3: ? (Monday)
  • No. 2: ? (Tuesday)
  • No. 1: ? (Wednesday)