Kendell Beckwith is an athletic recruit that has the ability and frame to fit into a number of roles in college.
Throughout high school Beckwith filled the quarterback role for his team because he was the most athletic player on the field. However, he projects as a defensive end on the college level. Talk about a freak athlete.
His size and strength will translate well on defense, although he could fit somewhere on offense as a slot receiver or pass-catching tight end.
For LSU, he could fill an H-back or tight end role on offense, or he would continue as a defensive end.
Beckwith could benefit from a redshirt year as he adjusts to one position and the college game, but he has the chance to finish his career as a strong contributor.
According to 247Sports.com Composite score, Beckwith is the No. 2 defensive end, No. 1 player in Louisiana and the No. 54 overall player in the country.
Watch as Bleacher Report National Analyst Marc Kohn breaks down Beckwith's game and tells you what he will be bringing in 2013.