LSU head coach Les Mile spoke to reporters on Thursday about freshman linebacker Devin White, who he "expects" to play in every game at linebacker this upcoming season.

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White signed with LSU this past Febuary as four-star running back/linebacker from Springhill, LA (North Webster). The Tigers also signed four-star linebacker Michael Divinity from Marrero, LA (John Ehret).
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WPsportsman96 months
Almost other places he is your starting running back.
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Grit-Eating Shin96 months
6'1" + 250lbs + sub 4.5 = unicorn.
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BatonrougeCajun96 months
Guess this means he's redshirting
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monsterballads96 months
then in true les miles fashion, he never puts white on the field the whole year. Just kidding. Kind of.
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CaptainJ4796 months
Had a want to get him in the game but the opportunity to prove himself never materialized.
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beantown96 months
Baws, just remember he will already be a BEAST on Special Teams.
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Pepe Lepew96 months
BOOM !!!!!!!!
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STRIPES96 months
This LSU Defense is going to be special.
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bradwieser96 months
It moved
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LSU Patrick96 months
Kid is 'bout to beast out!
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UnAnon96 months
Tbh I would like to see him in a Myles Jack role where he gets done his line touched because of his frame
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Powerman96 months
Riley can contribute on special teams and he'll be in the rotation. Helps that White was here in the spring and already has some work in.
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the LSUSaint96 months
Translation...."Duke Riley is looking for a job". At 6'1 250, running a 4.5, and quick enough to be a top rated RB, its hard to imagine he wouldn't play day 1
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Mouche33796 months
No, he won't unseat Riley. Riley is a leader, he gets guys in position during presnap reads, something white hasn't grasped yet. White will see the field plenty, but won't start. Remember Fournette's freshmen year? He was clearly the top back on the roster, light-years ahead of everyone. He didn't start because the starter was a senior. Elite football schools usually play the senior guys first so they can display there talent to the league one last time before moving on. Long story short, Duke Riley will start.
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