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LSU wide receiver D.J. Chark was named Co-Offensive MVP of the Senior Bowl after an outstanding performance during Saturday's game.

Chark finished with five receptions for 160 yards with one deep 75-yard touchdown. He also had an end-around for 9 yards.

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Those spider helmets are awesome
Reply38 months
What is wrong with the LSU offense the last decade plus?
Reply38 months
QB.
38 months
Amazing what your wide out can do when you have a qb who can throw
Reply38 months
People can say what they want about CLM but CLM offered him out of Alexandria High School when no one else would.
Reply38 months
Cool comments from Hester. Chark seems like a good guy and hard worker that happens to have great athleticism also.
Reply38 months
If he's still around in the 3rd when Saints pick, please Loomis I mean look at Debo and Tyrann, they would look awesome in black and gold
Reply38 months
“ Dude is SUDDEN.” Wtf does that even mean?
Reply38 months
relax Francis, it's just a cute word - you can figure it out. Like a basketball player with a good HANDLE, or who has good UPS.
38 months
A great combine and he moves up to 3rd round maybe even late 2nd
Reply39 months
Chark played a great game. I’m from Mobile and I was surprised to see Ladd Stadium was barely even at half capacity. Growing up I attended at least ten Senior Bowls and they were all at full capacity in the stands. I wish DJ Chark the very best with his NFL career.!
Reply39 months
I’ve not had great experiences at the Senior Bowl the last few years. Parking is awful and public transportation is worse when trying to leave. It’s a stadium in the middle of a neighborhood with no easy way in or out.
38 months
Drizzt, I never had to park in the mud fields around Ladd Stadium when I used to go to the Senior Bowl growing up. I had family that lived within walking distance back when that was a good neighborhood. I can imagine it’s hard to navigate though. No Iliana used to cherish that game but I guess not so much anymore.
38 months
That looked like the pass DJ Chark should have caught for a TD in the Bama during the 1st quarter...
Reply39 months
He didn't have a QB with enough arm strength to get him the ball!!
39 months
That was actually my point!
38 months
It's crazy the way recruiting works out, Chi and Trey were the trophy WR recruits that year, TQ ends up transferring (even though he did have a great year and his NFL ability is yet to be determined) and Chi was a career underperformer who may not be on a roster next year
Reply39 months
Some players develop later and others reach their peak in high school
38 months
Probably a rd2/3 pick. Will be a steal after that
Reply39 months
Co-Offensive MVP!! Tell'em Chark!
Reply39 months
Way to represent.
Reply39 months
They given him any chances to catch punts?
Reply39 months
"Will be better in the NFL than he was at LSU" Yea, because he'll have a real QB throwing to him
Reply39 months
Yea cuz LSU SUCKS HAIRY ORGERON BALLS dude. LSU Goin DOWN man! WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!! GAME OVER MAN!! GAME OVER!!!
39 months
Typical LSU "fan"...take something that should be celebrated and turn it into a reason to bash your own team. I congratulate Chark on an excellent career and look forward to watching him catch deep passes on Sundays next year.....
39 months
@wallowinit,...... hahahaha that’s a pretty humorous screen name man.
39 months
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