On the cuffs of reliving another exodus of juniors for an LSU team heading into 2014 national signing day, news of Jeremy Hill staying has propelled the expectations for the 2014 season. His decision to stay is great for the Tigers, but LSU's offseason can get even better with the signing of these five players by Feb. 5.
With Leonard Fournette and Hill in the backfield to go along with talent scattered throughout the defense, the Tigers should compete for a national title in 2014.
That is, of course, if LSU can fill the voids left behind by departing juniors. The defensive line needs to be attended to with Ego Ferguson and Anthony Johnson entering the NFL draft. The same can be said about a wide receiver position that's absent of the greatest tandem LSU fans have ever seen in Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry.
It's no secret that wide receiver and defensive line are now the concentrated positions heading into 2014 national signing day. With that in mind, the Tigers must pursue these athletes to ensure a remarkable recruiting class addresses team needs.