LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron rejuvenated the aerial attack in his first season, as the Tigers amassed over 3,200 passing yards.
But unfortunately for Cameron, over 70 percent of those receiving yards are now gone. Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham Jr., both of whom had over 1,000 yards, will be playing on Sundays next season.
Redshirt freshman John Diarse will be asked to help fill the void. Diarse, a former 4-star receiver out of Neville, Louisiana, said Cameron was expecting him to be an integral part of the 2013 offense before his season-ending injury, per Glenn Guilbeau of The Shreveport Times.
LSU's leading returning receiver Travin Dural only caught seven passes last season. He will need to help carry the load next season. Diarse is not a speed demon, but a physical possession receiver much like Landry. Expect him to see the field in the season opener against Wisconsin.