LSU coaches seeing recruiting hit new heights
BATON ROUGE - Several LSU football coaches visited with local fans and media at the Greater Baton Rouge stop on the Tiger Tour Wednesday night.
Offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, defensive coordinator John Chavis, and running backs coach Frank Wilson all talked about the great success LSU has had on the recruiting trail.
"Everywhere I go, in the airport in Dallas, in Houston...in New Jersey...I always hear a 'Geaux Tigers!" said Cameron. "'Kid like our style of playing early...and the older guys aren't afraid of they young guys coming in and helping them play."
"Young guys know they're going to play," said Wilson, LSU's recruiting coordinator. "They know that...and LSU is a national brand, our recruiting map is only expanding."
Cameron also addressed the young quarterbacks, sophomore Anthony Jennings and freshman Brandon Harris, who are competing for the starting spot for the Tigers.
"I'm real excited about where we're headed at the quarterback position," the former NFL coordinator emphasized. "I think it's amazing that we're doing and seeing good things on film, without truly having mastered the fundamentals....if it were the other way around it might be a problem."
For more on the coaches who visited with Sports 2, tune in to WBRZ at 10pm.
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