Next Year's Offense

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  1. b L e S e U r

    b L e S e U r Freshman

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  2. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    Justin Vincent is definitely the go to guy at RB. Broussard is the switch up back to complement Vincent's style. Addai will be valuable on 3rd down situations.

    Doucet and Hill start at wideout, with Carter as 3rd wideout (we will be playing a lot of 3 wideout formations, book it).

    Green in the slot.

    Jones will kill at tight end this year (as much as is possible given the wideouts we have).

    I think Niswanger will start at RT, with Livings at McGill at the guard spots. Whitworth and Wilkerson will be 1st or 2nd string all americans.

    JaMarcus Russell is salivating as we speak.
     
  3. NOSA

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    I think Vincent is the man as long as he is at LSU.

    As long as we get decent QB play at the very least we should be very good.
     
  4. conradj

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    I agree with Niswanger, somewhere on the line
    Jordan or possibly Hester will take the job at FB. Jordan's Highlight real was supposed to be one of the more impressive last year. Early will get Plenty of PT. XC could be a possible redshirt depending on how his olympic tryouts go.
     
  5. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    Fullback position will be much more limited now that we have the wideouts we have.

    You won't see many fullback formations. Lots of 3 and 4 wideouts.
     
  6. aztiger03

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    who ever the QB is will step up and make plays.
     
  7. conradj

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    This is why Saban wanted Hester so bad. Another receiving threat out of the backfield. I sure dont see Steltz as too much of a receiving threat
     
  8. FOREVER LSU

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    Russell and Vincent as starters...for sure!
     
  9. DDTigerFan

    DDTigerFan Back from the Dead

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    Shawn Jordan's videos last year were crazy! He has some definite moves and agility, and great power.
     
  10. TigerPrideLSU

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    Yea, I remember seeing Shawn Jordan's highlights last year. Amazing! I really don't think that Joseph Addai will be starting over JV. Justin might be a preseason All American candidate coming up this season. Our offense this season should be just as good or much better than what happened in 2001 with Ro and JReed.
     

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