LSU tight end Foster Moreau spoke to the media on Tuesday before practice and offered up this assessment of the quarterbacks so far through spring practice.

He also talked about some of the differences between the offense under new OC Steve Ensminger.

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So LSU went from having no QB for years to having three GOATS?
Reply37 months
All you really need to take from that answer was that he went straight to talking about Brennan first, because of his skill on the field. Thats your leader.
Reply37 months
No, he gave his review of his QBs based on their order of playing in the scrimmage. MB QBd first, followed by JM then LN.
37 months
These young men are developing skills. Anything can happen over the summer and into camp to create separation. We are not dealing with fully developed players. I hope one guy decides to win the position by working his arse off every day going into camp.
Reply37 months
Forgot to add, the goat QB was a seventh round pick with impeccable work ethic and competitive nature as his most obvious skills
37 months
Brady was a 6th rounder, but your points are good ones.
37 months
Just keep one thing in mind. The QB is not being hit in practice. So what they can do now never materializes for game day.
Reply37 months
If most things are equal and one dude can 'thread the needle', my money is on him!!! THAT will MESS with the secondary's head!!!
Reply37 months
You seem very loud.
37 months
I like to read posts like this as if you're Stephen A Smith - yelling a few words, then quietly finishing your sentence.
37 months
Shouldn't matter to a true Tiger fan who starts...Winning is what matters and the quarterback who gives us the best chance to do so should be the starter. Just saying...
Reply37 months
LUTCHER LAD RIGHT THOSE a-holeS ARE USING THAT RACE CARD STUPIDITY
37 months
Moreau doesn't give us a clue, but Jonathan Giles said the other day he thought LN was doing the best. Fehoko also gave us no clue too. I don't think we will find out until a week or two before Miami.
Reply37 months
So from this interview we’ve learned Myles and throw and the other two are confident? I prefer the passer....
Reply37 months
People just don't want to hear other QB's besides MB can pass the ball. Because that's all we hard all year and offseason as to why he's the best. FM and Fehoko alone have brought up specific plays from each that stand out. Now we've heard from multiple players that the other QB's are dropping dimes. Maybe the plan was to say that pre-spring practice to keep them all on roster but now that it sounds like there might actually have some sort of chance at competition nobody wants to hear it.
37 months
If YOU prefer the passer you are a dummy a lost against Miami Florida Georgia and Alabama why because their defense is fast with Brennan starting no escape ability
37 months
Come on people the bottomline is who can hit the WRs crossing routes to keep Bama’s LBs from playing the run and the sideline timing routes.... and not the low percentage long ball which we have had to resort to in the pass.
Reply37 months
They’ve been told to say they’re all even if asked by media.
Reply37 months
Of course they have. Anyone who has been given clearance to speak with the media has been coached on exactly what to say. No mystery really...
37 months
Devin White will beg to differ on the coached up the speak to the media talk.
37 months
Basically, McMillan is the leader. LSU doesn't have a better QB than Etling.
Reply37 months
LOad Toad they have a better quarter back than Etling
37 months
Now we won't have shifts and motions and still have no idea who will play under center. There hasn't been continuity or identity in this offense for a decade.
Reply37 months
No There’s an identity it was just one dimensional
37 months
The cycle continues: off-season QB hype....
Reply37 months
I don’t believe he hyped anyone. Just told it like he sees it. Each QB has positive attributes - who knew?
37 months
It sounds to me like he thinks MB is all arm. JM is better all-around. LN has shown the most brilliant plays and passes but is inconsistent. At least thats how I read the comments as a coach. Who is best? No fricking clue...
37 months
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