released post-signing day SEC wide receiver and tight ends rankings this week and pegged LSU down at No. 10. Here's what they had to say:
10. LSU: The losses of Malachi Dupre and Travin Dural take two big-play threats out of this offense, but D.J. Chark returns after a breakout season (466 yards). However, 60 percent of LSU's receptions and receiving yardage are gone. This is an unproven group that will have to rely heavily on 2016 ESPN 300 signees Stephen Sullivan, Drake Davis and Dee Anderson, who totaled just five catches last season.
6. Ole Miss
7. South Carolina
9. Texas A&M
11. Mississippi State