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Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
TheAdvocate.com is reporting that LSU freshman quarterback Brandon Harris will spend the month of May training in California with QB Guru George Whitfield.
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Harris, the freshman from Bossier City, will spend the entire month of May in California working out with former LSU quarterback Craig Nall and quarterback guru George Whitfield.

Harris will spend about a week with Whitfield, a former signal-caller who runs a quarterback training academy in San Diego.
Whitfield recently trained Former Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel prior to his pro day last month. He has also trained NFL QB's Andrew Luck and Cam Newton.

While Harris had some impressive stats in LSU's Spring Game, the young quarterback is very critical on his play and knows he has a lot to improve. Here is what LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron had to say about Harris:
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Brandon said to me, ‘Coach, I’ve never seen so many people excited about the worst game I’ve ever played,’” Cameron said at LSU’s pro day last week.

Harris told Cameron, “I was looking right when I should have been looking left. I was looking deep when I was supposed to be looking short.”
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SaintsSBXLIV - 21 months ago
Sounds like this young man has a perfectionist approach to improving. Such a great attitude to have, hopefully his attitude is contagious as he develops as a leader.
lsuoilengr - 22 months ago
Being good and learning how to do things better is good and should be encouraged, becaus e people who don't like to be good or to get better are not good but if you try are to be the best and Better yours than goodness is good
Flatyger - 22 months ago
Good that he's training. I think peope forget that we still have two other qbs. Let them show that they can do the job, and let the freshman breath.
BEATbama05 - 22 months ago
Let's not ask too many questions about who is paying and how much. Just focus your questions on his ability to improve into a great leader and qb.
trakmak777 - 22 months ago
Spare mouth piece on helmet Vaquero.
prisonpunk - 22 months ago
Pretty sure I read that Manziel's parents paid for his Whitfield camp.
Vaquero - 22 months ago
Needs to put that mouthpiece in
lsu480 - 22 months ago
"Kid just does everything right"- If you call looking right when he should be looking left and looking deep when he should be looking short doing everything right I don't know what to tell you......
MissouriBengal - 22 months ago
Just curious does LSU help pay for this training, or is this out of his own pocket? I have always wondered that.
LSU 318 LSU - 22 months ago
Kid just does everything right. The future is now for him and this LSU offense
tigerbait1.6 - 22 months ago
he gon' start
bradwieser - 22 months ago
Must read the Rant
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