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New LSU offensive coordinator Matt Canada was back in Baton Rouge Wednesday night and met with some of the draft-eligible juniors to discuss their future NFL Draft decisions.

Two of the players that Canada reportedly met with were wide receivers Malachi Dupre and DJ Chark. Per The Advocate:
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“On the offensive side, get them to know Matt Canada,” Orgeron said of the meetings. “They all want to know how he’s going to use them, what kind of plays we’re going to run. He has a great personality. They’re excited about his resume, excited when they talk to him. A lot of guys feel a bond to this football team, a great foundation on things to come. They want to be part of it.”
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So basically, "Look, I actually know what I'm doing. Your actually going to have tape for scouts to watch, and it'll be more than run blocking and fly routes. Hey, you'll have fun, too, because next year you can line up across from a defense that doesn't know exactly what's coming."
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Sorry tried to up vote sir
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Agree. Dupre and Chark could become 1st or 2nd rd. picks with a year in Coach C's offense.
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I didn't know Chark was a junior. I'm sure he would grade well in the combine, but I think another year would truly benefit him.
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Chark is a sophomore. Your class distinction has no bearing on your eligibility for the draft. You have to be 3 years removed from high school graduation. You don't even have to play football or go to college.
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If I am Dural, I am entering the draft. If I am Dupre and Chark, I am staying.
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Agree completely, even though I want them all back.
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Dural's a senior sooo...
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You are right, Ripley, my mistake. I don't know why I was thinking he was a junior. Dupre should stay because I think Canada can really improve his draft stock, especially being the number 1 option in all likely hood. Chark needs to improve as a route runner. Great deep threat but if he can improve that part of his game, he can be a hot commodity in the 2018 draft.
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Both are about as ready for the NFL as Elbert Robinson is for the NBA.
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For as bad as our passing attack has been in the Miles era, our WRs have actually transitioned well into the NFL.
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For as bad as our passing attack has been in the Miles era, our WRs have actually transitioned well into the NFL.
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For as bad as our passing attack has been in the Miles era, our WRs have actually transitioned well into the NFL.
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