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smash williams
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Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


Just wanted to get some opinions on who are some of the guys that would normally be takes by LSU if this years class wasn't so loaded. Another reason I started this thread, I recently read Cameron Sims plans on participating in a SE Combine starting July 10.






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Cousin
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re: Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


Well for starters I will throw this out there:

Jermaine Roberts
Terrence Alexander
Mattrell McGraw



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LSUTIGER#1fan
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re: Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


Isn't Marin from Klein texas





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Cousin
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quote:

Isn't Marin from Klein texas


Yeah good catch...I missed the home state part...I'm deleting him now






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nolatrain504
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re: Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


Cameron sims, mattrell mcgraw, jermaine roberts, darrell williams, donovan isom, quenton gibson





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lsufanva
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re: Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


RB-Paleilei or Williams or both
WR-Sims, maybe Quinn or Noil
OL-Robinson
DL-Joyan Williams and the kid from Hahnville
DB-Mcgraw, Roberts, Alexander

A few more as well. Too dep a year and we're doing too well oos to take them all.






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Captain Crown
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re: Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


Texas buddies are excited about Jermaine Roberts.





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Cousin
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RB-Paleilei or Williams or both


I got this strange feeling that one of them will be in our class...not sure which one but I would be happy with either...both are really good RB's IMO






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GeauxLSU4
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re: Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


We're excited about Ed Paris, Tony Brown, and Chris Hardeman





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Linkovich
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re: Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


quote:

OL-Robinson



Are you
in the "he's gone" camp?






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Memphis
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re: Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


Sims
Alexander
McGraw
Roberts
Darrell Williams



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GeauxGus
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re: Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


... Deshawn Cameronson





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504 SOULJA
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re: Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


darrell williams





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VermilionTiger
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re: Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


I'm hoping Williams is at LSU





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LaBornNRaised
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re: Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


quote:

Robinson


LSU Lock ...






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ffishstik
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re: Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


quote:

Are you
in the "he's gone" camp?


I don't think that this is what the OP was asking. Cam, Noil, those guys are being recruited by LSU, whether they sign or not. He's asking who would have gotten offers from LSU if the talent pool this year wasn't so deep.






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smash williams
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re: Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


Correct, not talking about the guys that have offers.





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KG5989
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I actually think Williams will be at LSU. All we gotta do is offer him, and hes committed. He understands that we are just waiting to see whats gonna happen with LF. And is LF comes to LSU, like i believe he is, we will still need to take another RB. Blue, Hill, and Hilliard all could go pro next year. Pretty certain HIll and Blue are pretty much locks to go pro. That would leave us with Hilliard and Magee. And I wouldnt be surprised if Hilliard goes pro too. Not too many guys I would take over Williams. Hes a tough, blue collar kind of guy, that isnt afraid to compete against others and willing to do the work. Might not come in and be an immediate starter, especially if we get LF, but will be a special team stud at first, bide his time and put in the work, and will take advantage of every opportunity he has to get the ball. He really does remind me a lot of Alfred Blue. IMO, Williams is a take no matter what.





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chinese58
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re: Top 5 prospects from the home state that won't be part of the 2014 class


Kenny Young is also a possibility.





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Lester Earl
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McGraw & Alexander are so overrated. Lulz





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