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During his weekly radio show Wednesday night, LSU head coach Les Miles talked in depth about the talent at the wide receiver position for the Tigers in 2015.

Miles says that LSU's receiver group, which consists of one junior, five sophomores and two freshmen, is "more talented than it's been," and will be "better than it's been by 10-fold." Per NOLA.com:
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"Travin Dural's got great speed, the ability to catch the long ball, height and ability. He'll make a number of big plays throughout this season. Malachi Dupre is so much more talented than he was coming into last year. He's faster, more ability to cut on a dime, more ability to go up and get balls, a really, really talented ball-skilled receiver. No question that he'll have a great, great year. Trey Quinn was injured early in camp and has come back, and he really looks like he hasn't missed a beat. He catches the ball well and does really wonderfully. John Diarse, big, strong, capable, great ball skills. Tyron Johnson maybe the No. 1 receiver in the country coming out of high school last year, again is in position to play very significant football. D.J. Chark is another talented guy. We're looking at Jazz Ferguson as a 6-foot-5, 210-pound, tremendous ball skills, has got some physicality to him. I mean, our receiving corps is better than it's been by 10-fold. I mean, I'm just saying, it's just way more talented than it's been."
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I think the WRs are pretty much the same. The difference is Brandon Harris
Reply67 months
This LSU offense has everything it needs to be great. Every single player on that offense should be ready to go into Alabama with pure rage ready to fvck that defense up.
Reply67 months
LINK

Dural vs FLA doing his OBJ

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Dupre one hand vs ALA with Cyrus Jones grabbing his face mask

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Dupre: one handers with serious vertical
Reply67 months
BONERRRRRR
Reply67 months
It's like 9-11 x 1,000
Reply67 months
10x x 2
Reply67 months
Add the TEs, and RBs to that list. There is an obvious reason they are all more talented: Harris and the accurate, catch-able ball he throws. He had them out 24/7 during the summer throwing them 1,000's of balls a week: “The receivers fought hard this summer, and I was tough on them by asking a lot of things, getting them up. I tried to get them to catch passes with me every chance I could, and they responded well. It kind of helps whenever you can hear one voice, and the guys really responded well.” "All of the tight ends, in the summer time, we probably caught over 1,000 balls throughout the week every week," said 6'5', 308 lb Dillon Gordon.
Reply67 months
Add the TEs, and RBs to that list. There is an obvious reason they are all more talented, Harris and the accurate, catch-able ball he throws. He had them out 24/7 during the summer throwing them 1,000's of balls a week: “The receivers fought hard this summer, and I was tough on them by asking a lot of things, getting them up. I tried to get them to catch passes with me every chance I could, and they responded well. It kind of helps whenever you can hear one voice, and the guys really responded well.” "All of the tight ends, in the summer time, we probably caught over 1,000 balls throughout the week every week," said 6'5', 308 lb Dillon Gordon.
Reply67 months
That's great, but how much better are the QBs this year?
Reply67 months
That isn't inconceivable from top to bottom.
Reply67 months
Ummm, c'mon Les lol
Reply67 months
Isn't that two freshman then?
Reply67 months
Well, Landry and OBJ had a QB that could throw. Please baby Jesus let Harris be the real deal.
Reply67 months
Better than Landry and OBJ?
Reply67 months
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