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LSU is ranked No. 13 in ESPN's Post-Signing Day Way-Too-Early Preseason Top 25. Here is the complete Top 25:

1. Florida State Seminoles
2. Alabama Crimson Tide
3. Oregon Ducks
4. Michigan State Spartans
5. Oklahoma Sooners
6. Auburn Tigers
7. Ohio State Buckeyes
8. Georgia Bulldogs
9. UCLA Bruins
10. Baylor Bears
11. Stanford Cardinal
12. South Carolina Gamecocks
13. LSU Tigers
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Is any program in the country better than LSU at replacing a boatload of talent? After losing six more underclassmen to the NFL draft (and 17 in the past two seasons alone), Tigers coach Les Miles put together the country's No. 2 recruiting class. After losing star receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry, guard Trai Turner, tailback Jeremy Hill and defensive tackles Ego Ferguson and Anthony Johnson to the pros, LSU might need some of their incoming freshmen to contribute right away. The Tigers signed running back Leonard Fournette of New Orleans, the No. 1 prospect in the country, according to ESPN RecruitingNation, No. 1 wide receiver Malachi Dupre of River Ridge, La., and No. 3 receiver Trey Quinn of Lake Charles, La. The Tigers also signed three of the country's top defensive prospects: No. 2 safety Jamal Adams, No. 2 inside linebacker Clifton Garrett and No. 4 safety Edward Paris Jr.

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14. Wisconsin Badgers
15. Texas A&M Aggies
16. North Carolina Tar Heels
17. Notre Dame Fighting Irish
18. USC Trojans
19. Iowa Hawkeyes
20. Clemson Tigers
21. Michigan Wolverines
22. Texas Longhorns
23. Florida Gators
24. UCF Knights
25. Washington Huskies
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Comments

7 Comments
Pre-Season rankins mean squat.
Reply40 months
Wow Flordia is ranked!

Also, thought Ole Miss was back? :lol:
Reply40 months
Alabama at 2 based on what? They don't have a QB that has taken a meaningful snap.
Reply40 months
Having Georgia and South Carolina ahead of us is laughable.
Reply40 months
Georgia 8? Yeah ok.
Reply40 months
I am putting LSU at #3 in my 2020 preseason poll.
Reply40 months
Without AJ as the wild card, I'd say way too low. I'm still inclined to think we'll be better than at least half the teams ahead of us.
Reply40 months
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