During his weekly radio show Wednesday night, Ed Orgeron was asked a question about freshman wide receiver Devonta Lee and if he would consider moving him to safety?

Orgeron said Lee wants to play receiver so they will keep him there but didn't rule out a possible position change to safety down the road.


Lee, a former four-star receiver from Fluker, La., caught 42 passes and scored a total of 22 touchdowns during his senior season at Amite High School. He also had 55 tackles and seven interceptions playing defense.
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I'm confident Lee will do well at either position. There will be serious competition to get on the field at either.
Reply25 months
Texas WR Devin Duvernay ran wild against LSU on Saturday. Devonta Lee is a carbon copy of Duvernay. Switching Lee to DB would be a HUGE waste of WR talent, IMO.
Reply25 months
Yea and Devin White was a stud Running back too. Its not always bad to switch.
25 months
I thought you were going to stop following LSU once Burrow was gone
19 months
Sully was awfully quiet last Saturday
Reply25 months
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