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Ah, the man of the hour. Jennings not only received great publicity for his efforts in LSU's comeback win against Arkansas, but he also received ink for being the Tigers' starting quarterback in their upcoming bowl.
What better way to find out if Jennings can build upon the Arkansas win than to throw him right back into the fire? Judging by Jennings' cool late-game heroics against the Razorbacks, his poise should lead him into 2014 with a head of steam.
Travin Dural/DeSean Smith
Speaking of Jennings' heroics, let's not forget about the man who broke free for that 49-yard touchdown.
Dural will be the Tigers' most experienced target on the outside in 2014, reeling in seven catches for 145 yards and two touchdowns. His athleticism, as shown against the Razorbacks, should not be underestimated though.
Shockingly, he may not be the Tigers' best receiving target in 2014. Nope, that title may very well be reserved for Smith.
I watched this talented tight end last August, and he made quite an impression. It came as a shock that Smith did not play as a true freshman, but after learning Cameron's system, I fully expect Smith to be featured next season. His athleticism, speed and catching ability at the position make him the best catching tight end the Tigers have had since DeAngelo Peterson. Be on the lookout for this unsuspecting breakout.
Beckwith's the man we heard about every week at Les Miles' luncheon but failed to see a multitude of on the field in 2013.
Whether he plays defensive end or linebacker (I foresee him playing linebacker in place of Lamin Barrow), Beckwith will have a tremendous impact on the game. Heck, he did so in what limited action we saw him in (making big hits on kickoffs and a game-ending sack against Florida).
Can Alexander ever put it together?
Alexander has all of the tools to be a great linebacker. His speed allows him to cover receivers, his power and aggressive play makes him a hard-hitting defender on the inside and with that, his versatility makes him the Tigers' most athletic linebacker. He was held back by his own mistakes in 2013 though. If Alexander can master John Chavis' schemes, he will be a prime linebacker in the SEC.
The return of DBU rests on Robinson's shoulders.
He made waves in the 2013 season, but Robinson met the Tiger nation with thunder in his showing against Mike Evans last November. Robinson exhibited his true athletic ability in his shutdown performance against Texas A&M, and in 2014, his island should be a familiar scene for LSU fans.