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2014 LB Jake Blomstrom is ready to bring in scholarship offers after helping the Katy Tigers to a national No. 2 ranking and a Texas Class 5A state title. What is Blomstrom hearing from the LSU Tigers?
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As the LSU Tigers wrap up the 2012 season, the focus has shifted to the incoming class of 2013. Kristen Ledlow and Ben Love discuss the top prospects already committed, including the few that could make an immediate impact.
LSU's defense was one of the most talented in college football in 2012, but unfortunately for the Tigers (and fortunately for NFL teams) they'll be looking to replace two of their stand out players, as LB Kevin Minter (via Joe Schad) and S Eric Reid (via Neil Stratton) both made their decisions to enter the 2013 NFL Draft.
Minter has been somewhat of an unsung...
The past three years of LSU football have seen the Tigers regain their form from the first three years of Les Miles' tenure. After posting two sub 10-win seasons, the Tigers have rebounded to post 11, 13 and 10 win campaigns. One part of that resurgence was the phenomenal hire of John Chavis in 2009, who brought swagger back to the LSU defense.
The offense, then, became...
When you watch film, Kevin MInter pops out the screen because he is probably one of the best linebackers in the entire country. The junior inside backer has made up his mind, after LSU made a strong push to keep him.
LSU All-American linebacker Kevin Minter confirmed to NOLA.com Thursday that he will enter the 2013 NFL Draft and bypass his senior season. Minter had a breakout season...
As the LSU Tigers wrap up the 2012 season, Ben Love and Kristen Ledlow discuss the athletes considering the NFL Draft, including which underclassmen will stay...and who will go.
LSU senior center Andrew Del Piero is shedding his label as just the Tuba Player this season. Now he's actually starting and contributing for Johnny Jones. He talks with TSD about his development and updates several members of the team.
LSU linebacker Kevin Minter announced Thursday that he will skip his final year of eligibility to enter the NFL draft. After the dominant season that Minter had for the Tigers, this should come as no surprise to the LSU faithful everywhere.