LSU Football is hitting the recruiting trail hard for the class of 2021 and 2022 after winning its first College Football National Championship. The Tigers are fresh off their No. 4 overall 2020 recruiting class, bringing in elite 5-star prospects Arik Gilbert, Kayshon Boutte and Elias Ricks. Can the Tigers continue the momentum in to 2021 with 5-star quarterback Caleb Williams, 5-star running back Camar Wheaton and 4-star running back Armoni Goodwin? IN THE VIDEO ABOVE AND BELOW, College Football Now host Carter Bryant breaks down the latest with Williams, five lessons we learned from the 2020 recruiting cycle and what to expect with Ed Orgeron’s team moving forward.
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LSU's biggest question mark will be at quarterback with the experienced Myles Brennan stepping in the Heisman shoes of Joe Burrow. Carter Bryant believes Brennan will have the help of new passing game coordinator Scott Linehan and some incoming Tigers. Who do you believe will be the starting quarterback next year? Bryant takes a look at what it will take for Coach O to land the #1 Dual Threat QB in Caleb Williams.
In other news, early enrollees Arik Gilbert and Elias Ricks recently had shoulder surgery. However, Bryant believes it will not stunt their development as potential impact freshmen next year. Chat Sports gives you three other players that will get snaps in 2020 as the Tigers look to repeat as National Champions.
Here’s our 5 biggest takeaways from the 2020 recruiting cycle:
1. Beast offenses matter
2. Recruiting is wild and unpredictable
3. Trenches were hit HARD
4. DBU tradition continues
5. Momma’s matter