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SEC Network analyst Cole Cubelic revealed his top five wide receivers in the conference and pegged LSU sophomore Kayshon Boutte at No. 4 on the list.

Boutte, a native of New Iberia, LA native caught 45 receptions for 735-yards and five touchdowns during his true freshman season in 2020. He was named the Biletnikoff and Maxwell Award watch list last week.



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Burks is a beast, Metchie is good, but I think Boutte is the best WR in the SEC and will be an All American this year. The Smith pick over Boutte is just some BS.
Reply2 months
Don’t know about that, but I do know I’ll be calling him Anus Smith from now on.
Reply2 months
Typical. Was JaMarr Chase or Justin Jefferson (or OBJ or J. Landry) ever named the SEC's best... even when they were!?! Boutte will be the better College player and def be a better NFL player in the near-future! AL's players always get the press and rankings but rarely outperform the WR's from LSU. You have to look no further than the last NFL Draft, please tell us how Ruggs and Jeudy (both drafted ahead of JJ) played last season compared to ALL-Pro Justin Jefferson!?! Ruggs is already being considered a Bust, as is Tua. But people were saying Burrows was only drafted ahead of Tua because of his injuries... please!?! Same with players from Ohio St... when is the last time an OSU QB, who usually has ridiculous Big 10 stats, but fails miserably in the NFL. Boutte will embarrass all the WR's listed in front of him... time will tell.
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Yep. You remember that bull shite on how they ranked Jefferson when they were given out All SEC at the end of the year?
2 months
LMAO at that list.
Reply2 months
Kayshon is number one.
Reply2 months
Clown show
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Kayahon is going to kill it this season
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* Kayshon
2 months
Pickens?
Reply2 months
He tore his acl in may. Won't be back this year
2 months
I hope Kayshon and all the LSU WR's have this posted on their lockers all year long
Reply2 months
Cole Cubelic is the 2nd worst analyst employed by ESPN right behind the number one biggest idiot, Matt Stinchcomb
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Ainias Smith has 49 catches for 293 yard and 4 TDs. Kayshon had 45 catches for 735 yards and 5 TDs. Cole is the same guy during a game in 2019 that said our offense wouldn’t work because we couldn’t “choose when to be a running team” clown
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Kayshon Boutte had more than him in 1 game against Ole Miss. He finished with 308 receiving yards, the most in a game in SEC history and LSU history, as he made 14 catches on 20 targets with three touchdowns.
2 months
I 100% agree with you, but Ainias Smith actually had 43 catches for 564 yards and 6 TDS. Those were his rushing stats that you posted. 49 rushes for 293 yard and 4 TDs. Either way Kayshon is better and Cole is a Clown.
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