LSU freshman Devin White participated in his first college practice on Monday and worked exclusively with the linebackers.

White, a four-star RB/LB prospect from Springhill, LA expressed interest throughout his recruitment that he wanted to play running back at LSU. After practice on Monday, coach Les Miles explained why White has moved over to the linebacker position:

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He could be a star at LB. Excited to see him.
Reply68 months
Smart move. LB is very thin. No chance he can start at RB any time soon (hopefully). He's already built like an NFL ILB with wheels. Thinking ahead, LB at the next level is a more valuable prospect than RB. RB's last what? 3-7 years and you lead the league this year... they won't pay you the big dollars next year because of the "wear" from the previous year.
Reply68 months
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Seems like a quality, damn strong man to have in our room as the backend of spring approaches
Reply68 months
LOL classic Miles White: Coach can I see the field faster at LB? Miles: That may be true.
Reply68 months
One quick look at NFL career expectancy for RB vs. LB would be all I needed to see.
Reply68 months
Team vote?
Reply68 months
10.6 100 go f yourself with quickness
Reply68 months
he'd have to slim down 10-15lb in order to play running back, not a quick process
Reply68 months
"he'd have to slim down 10-15lb in order to play running back" He needs to slim down 10-15# regardless. He was carrying a little "extra" weight this past football season.
68 months
This is awesome. Players willing to go play outside their preferred position ate very valuable and make the team better. I bet he's a beast in conditioning.
Reply68 months
"I bet he's a beast in conditioning." Not yet, but I bet he will be shortly.
68 months
He will be playing a bunch this fall
Reply68 months
Team player. I like it.
Reply68 months
Smart move by Devin. Much better chance of playing on Sundays with his size.
Reply68 months
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