Brandon Lafell Is Coming Back To LSU

Jacob KerrContributor IJanuary 18, 2009

On Jan. 18, LSU wide receiver Brandon Lafell decided to return to LSU for his senior season. He will try to add on to his impressive resume. He will try to finish in the school's top 10 in career receptions, receiving yards, and touchdown receptions.

He might have a chance to win the Heisman this year because he will have a quarterback that has been able to gain valuable experience and possibly be one of the best QBs to come through LSU.

Brandon has been able to improve each year he has been at LSU. His touchdown output has gone from two in his freshman year, to four in his sophomore year, to eight in his junior year.

According to this trend, he may end his senior season with 16 touchdowns, which would be very impressive, but 10 or 11 touchdowns would be nice.

He has also been able to catch more passes and get more receiving yards each year. I believe he will lead the team in receptions, receiving yards, and touchdown receptions. He may win a few postseason awards as well.

He will walk out of LSU arguably the best WR to ever go to LSU, possibly even better than former LSU WR Josh Reed.