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ESPN SEC Reporter Greg Ostendorf selected incoming freshman defensive end Arden Key for his "Help is on the way: SEC West" article. Here is what he had to say about the four-star DE from Lithonia, GA:
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LSU: DE Arden Key
Ed Orgeron, LSU’s new defensive line coach, was brought in to fix a pass-rush that finished 13th in the SEC with just 19 sacks last season. He’s already made progress with some of the current defensive linemen, but he’ll receive a boost this summer when Key arrives on campus. The ESPN 300 star might be a tad under-sized (6-foot-5, 225 pounds), but he more than makes up for it with his quickness and athleticism. He likely won’t start right away, but even as a situational pass-rusher, Key can help the Tigers.

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jacktown110 months
Arden is the Key!
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Keke 2.0?
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Shalimar Sid110 months
But when you think under-sized without looking at his numbers, most would think height before weight. Considering this kid is 6'5", adding weight should not be an issue for LSU's S&C team. This kid will be a beast and a force to be reckoned with.
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GeauxPack81110 months
I agree with the caterpillar. He will see garbage time, 3rd and long situations, and and obvious passing downs. Just going to be a speed pass rusher for us this year.
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UserName69110 months
Served - I thought the exact same thing
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TheCaterpillar110 months
He will be very good for us, but I see him seeing very few minutes this year.

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Shalimar Sid110 months
"a tad under-sized (6-foot-5, 225 pounds)"

I bet this will not be an issue in the coming months.
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