Top 2013 recruiting classes by offensive position
• 2013 recruits: Anthony Jennings, Hayden Rettig
• The skinny: The Tigers brought in the nation's third-ranked pro-style quarterback in Rettig and the sixth-ranked dual-threat passer in Jennings. Both will need time to mature, but -- coupled with an elite LSU defense -- both could grow into game-changers in Baton Rouge.
• 2013 recruits: DeSean Smith, Logan Stokes
• The skinny: After dazzling scouts at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl last month, Smith shot up the charts to become the second-ranked tight end in the 2013 class. He has outstanding hands, and he could pair nicely with Stokes, a more polished prospect from the juco ranks.
• 2013 recruits: Josh Boutte, Andy Dodd, K.J. Malone, Ethan Pocic
• The skinny: The theme of this LSU offensive line group is strength. The 6-7, 285-pound Pocic is one of the most physical offensive tackles in the country, and the 6-5, 305-pound Boutte is equally dominant at the guard position. Malone is the son of NBA Hall of Famer Karl Malone.