The college football world will never know just how good Rueben Randle really was, but NFL teams are about to find out real fast.
Randle arrived at LSU in 2009, ranked as the No. 1 wide receiver prospect in the nation. Everyone could tell that this kid was loaded with talent when he arrived in Baton Rouge, but his production was plagued by poor quarterback play throughout his three-year career at LSU.
Randle chose to bolt for the NFL after his junior season, which will leave a huge void in the Tigers' receiving corps this season. But is there anyone capable of replacing Randle in this offense?
Let's break down five candidates who will have a shot at replacing Randle's production in 2012.
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