LSU quarterback commit Myles Brennan spoke with the media after the Under Armour All-America Game on Jan 1. and said that he would be open to redshirting his freshman season.

The four-star pocket passer from Bay Saint Louis, MS says he wouldn't mind spending his first year in Baton Rouge "getting bigger, better, and learning the system." Per NOLA.com:
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The 6-foot-4, 183-pound Brennan also added that he is open to redshirting next season if that's the plan Ed Orgeron and Matt Canada have for him.

"It really hasn't been mentioned to me because of all the stuff that's been going on. When I was with Coach (Cam) Cameron and Coach (Les) Miles it was brought up, but I haven't talked to Coach Canada or Coach Orgeron about what their plan is for me next year. I was just putting that out there to let people know I'm not going to leave LSU if I have to redshirt. ... I don't mind getting in there getting bigger, better, learning the system and just competing."
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Danny Boy takes a well-deserved senior season while young Mr. Brennan learns the ropes. Clearly.
Reply59 months
Chest.
Reply59 months
That's 100% the correct mentality, Myles. Spring Practice with the Tiger D will provide you and Lowell with more exposure to the speed of the game. Bigger, stronger, faster - yes, and keep up the great attitude. Soak up the campus vibe, get your bearings, and have fun!
Reply59 months
And get laid
59 months
Think he may be ...Open to Starting ???
Reply59 months
He's got plenty of "chest"
Reply59 months
Brennan may not be the highest ranked QB coming out of high school this year, but don't be surprised in 4 years if he's the one that ended up being the best. Kid has EVERYTHING needed to be great. Canada is going to make him a star.
Reply59 months
Humility and desire to learn will make him great.
59 months
Maturity mentally and physically comes with time. I'm all for kids red shirting.
Reply59 months
Hopefully the next Tommy Hodson, GREAT attitude and approach. Geaux Tigers
Reply59 months
Smart young man.
Reply59 months
I used to follow LSU recruiting pretty hard. Actually went watch guys like Mcknight (RIP) in high school for the sake of hoping to see him and others in purple & gold. I've seen my good share of flops. Gotta say, this guy just looks and feels like he'll piss excellence and $hit TD passes. I've got a damn good feeling about this one. Gotta say
Reply59 months
piss excellence and $hit TD passes That's one way of saying it! ;)
59 months
Good attitude from a good athlete, glad he's a tiger!
Reply59 months
from what i saw in the guy all season, at practice for UA, at the UA game. he will light it up for the tigers but i do agree he does need to add some lbs. wouldnt want him getting killed out there like that freshman qb at georgia. that guy was getting nailed all season his freshman yr this yr
Reply59 months
Good point, but Georgia's oline doesn't hold a candle to LSUs.
59 months
Boss.
Reply59 months
He might be willing to redshirt, but don't be surprised if he is the starter opening day. Regardless, whenever he plays, he will make our passing game a legitimate threat.
Reply59 months
He will be one of the all time greats
Reply59 months
Sure am pulling for him to be, along with the rest of the Tigers...
59 months
Redshirt my a$$....He's better than Etling right now...
Reply59 months
Ignorant statement that shows you don't know a squat about playing QB in college level, let along SEC west.
59 months
Now that's a Tiger!
Reply59 months
Absolutely positively what he needs to do. Too many kids start before they're ready and ruin their careers. Going from HS to big time SEC football is a huge step. A year in the system and Myles could break all the passing records at LSU! Great attitude Myles! Success is at your door!
Reply59 months
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