LSU linebacker Beckwith ready for breakout sophomore season
BATON ROUGE - Kendell Beckwith dreams of making plays on the field for LSU in 2014.
"I walk around and dream of what I can do to beat the lineman and make big plays and just hear the crowd go crazy," Beckwith said.
Beckwith was a 4 star recruit out of East Feliciana, but didn't find much time on the playing field his freshman year, finishing with just 11 tackles in 12 games.
Beckwith is staying positive as he goes through summer conditioning, with the belief that this year he'll realize his tremendous potential.
" "That's my mindset and I try and go in and kill the workout and try to better myself each and every day."
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