LSU’s Offense impressing early in Fall Camp

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BATON ROUGE – LSU’s offense has been a center of conversation this off-season, and although the Tigers don’t suit up in Death Valley until Aug. 31st, their offense is making early impressions.

“Oh my God. They’re going to be a problem. That’s all I have to say,” LSU senior linebacker Michael Divinity says.

Additionally, the Tigers have moved Stephen Sullivan from wide receiver to tight end and shift Justin Jefferson to an inside receiver.

“I’m really like a receiver playing tight end. Linebackers can’t cover me. Defensive ends can’t cover me. That’s why I say I feel like I’m going to be problems, real life problems,” Sullivan says.

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