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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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Fearless_and_True78 months
Those spider helmets are awesome
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LSUStar78 months
What is wrong with the LSU offense the last decade plus?
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GumboPot78 months
QB.
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SwampBandit78 months
Amazing what your wide out can do when you have a qb who can throw
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jayboy50478 months
People can say what they want about CLM but CLM offered him out of Alexandria High School when no one else would.
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litenin78 months
Cool comments from Hester. Chark seems like a good guy and hard worker that happens to have great athleticism also.
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TommyDaTiger78 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
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NOSTRODAMUS78 months
“ Dude is SUDDEN.” Wtf does that even mean?
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atltiger648778 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.
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FournetteForEver778 months
A great combine and he moves up to 3rd round maybe even late 2nd
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bamagreycoat78 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.!
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Drizzt78 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.
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bamagreycoat78 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.
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goodgrin78 months
That looked like the pass DJ Chark should have caught for a TD in the Bama during the 1st quarter...
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1 Call78 months
He didn't have a QB with enough arm strength to get him the ball!!
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goodgrin78 months
That was actually my point!
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JGWSnextKamara78 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
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CaliTigerHB78 months
Some players develop later and others reach their peak in high school
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voodooidotwo78 months
Probably a rd2/3 pick. Will be a steal after that
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BigDropper78 months
Co-Offensive MVP!! Tell'em Chark!
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TKLSUMD78 months
Way to represent.
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Geauxmbo78 months
They given him any chances to catch punts?
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BayouBandit2478 months
"Will be better in the NFL than he was at LSU" Yea, because he'll have a real QB throwing to him
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wallowinit78 months
Yea cuz LSU SUCKS HAIRY ORGERON BALLS dude. LSU Goin DOWN man! WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!! GAME OVER MAN!! GAME OVER!!!
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Spankum78 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.....
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bamagreycoat78 months
@wallowinit,...... hahahaha that’s a pretty humorous screen name man.
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