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eddieray
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Is James Wright our best receiver?


Just wondering. I don't see the practices but he looks good when called upon in games.






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mtheob17
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


ODB or Landry! Wright will get more chances next year to get more hype.





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KingwoodLsuFan
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


I say Landry right now





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Maximus
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


he catches most passes on one knee, so no.





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ATLTiger
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


did you mean to ask this after Ole Miss?

* edited for correct Missippay school that LSU owns



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eddieray
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


Landry's played well lately, a few weeks ago, I wasn't so high on Landry though. I know Wright is 3rd or 4th on the depth chart but, looks pretty polished.





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deuce985
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


Landry is the best WR. He's our best blocker and easily has the best hands.





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The312
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


I like Wright and Boone and ODB, but over the last half of the season, I think Landry emerged as LSU's top receiver.





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deuce985
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


He needs to improve his ball security, get stronger, and route-running ability. TBH, all our WRs suck at running routes. Our deep threat is suppose to have speed but rarely gets separation because he doesn't run crisp routes and gets knocked off them at the hint of contact. We really need big WRs next year...

I think that throws chemistry off with Mett on his deep balls. Sure would be nice to see someone else run deep, like Wright, who Mett actually hit with the penalty against Ole Piss...



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JBREAUX4LSU
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


It's ironic that early in the year we were looking at a unimpressive group in terms of production. Now, I don't know how we are going to pick 3-4 of the WR's for next season as "the guys."

Landry, ODB, Wright, Boone, Turner, Dural, Johnson, Leslie, Baker, Diarse (if he plays WR), Brazil (if he plays offense), Magee (WR/RB).

Then you have to figure Smith at TE.

Williams, Fobbs will be attrition candiates.

Randall could switch to WR or be lost to attrition.

We could have a REALLY stacked WR core, hopefully we can get them the ball.






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lsumailman61
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


Landry





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Clark W Griswold
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


Landry is but he lacks size.





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Papa Tigah
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


No





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The312
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


quote:

Landry, ODB, Wright, Boone, Turner, Dural, Johnson, Leslie, Baker, Diarse (if he plays WR), Brazil (if he plays offense), Magee (WR/RB).

Then you have to figure Smith at TE.

Williams, Fobbs will be attrition candiates.

Randall could switch to WR or be lost to attrition.

We could have a REALLY stacked WR core, hopefully we can get them the ball.


Add Courtney Lee Gardner to the mix, as well. He has a prototypical NFL WR's body and speed to match.



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mtheob17
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Then you have to figure Smith at TE.


I liked it seeing Mett throw to Dickson's little brother. I hope to see more of that.






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ipodking
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


Wright had his opportunity early in the season and did nothing with it, so no





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la_birdman
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


I wouldn't say he's the best but he's certainly stepped it up this season.

He's looked good out there.


I'd say Landry is our best. He's tough as nails and catches almost anything.






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Alatgr
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ETA: He made several other great catches this year, too.



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OhFace55
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


Boone is the best blocking receiver we have.





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Penrod
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re: Is James Wright our best receiver?


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Landry is but he lacks size.


The only size he lacks is the size to be bigger, but that is true of everyone. Landry is as big as most pro WRs.






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