Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron joined the SEC Coaches Teleconference on Wednesday morning at said that wide receiver Justin Jefferson is "questionable" for Saturday's game vs Texas A&M but thinks he should be able to play.

Jefferson was not present at practice on Tuesday.

"He's questionable, Orgeron said. "But I believe he's going to play, I think he's going to be ok."

Jefferson leads the LSU receiver group in receptions (45), yards (725) and touchdowns (3).

Orgeron also said that freshman cornerback Kelvin Joseph will be a game-time decision vs. the Aggies as he is still dealing with a hamstring injury.

"He's coming on slower than expected," Orgeron said. "He will be a game-time decision."

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LSUrme68 months
Sooooo he is probable...?
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CanebreakCajun68 months
These injuries are stacking up, just get in there and get a win anyway we can and rest up for bowl game
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NWLAtiger5568 months
I expect Jack Gonsoulin to step up and have a breakout game at WR...
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Dale368 months
The only thing questionable about Jefferson are his hands
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toosleaux68 months
Hard to disagree after watching the Rice game. Hope he works on it.
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PillageUrVillage68 months
He’s been clutch all year. Hopefully he just had one bad game.
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Datbayoubengal68 months
Jefferson has been the best LSU WR by far in every big game this year. He almost never has a big game vs the cupcakes, so I don't see any major problems from him.
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