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WR RUEBEN RANDLE JUNIOR
Fine spring suggests consistency
As a senior at Bastrop (La.) High in 2008, Randle was among the nation's most sought-after recruits. But he's been erratic in Baton Rouge, making big plays one game (three catches for 125 yards in a win over Alabama) and disappearing in the next (in two 2010 games he failed to catch a pass). Randle, though, has the talent to become LSU's next All-SEC receiver.
LT LA'EL COLLINS FRESHMAN
Local 6' 4" 315-pounder ready to squash
A USA Today All-USA choice, he's hailed as the left tackle of the future by LSU coaches. Collins (out of Baton Rouge's Redemptorist High) is a dominant run blocker; if he hones his pass-blocking technique, he could play a crucial role as early as this season.