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8-4, 2nd in SEC - West
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Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

Cornerback Isaac Taylor-Stuart owns one of the most impressive offer lists in California, with Alabama, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oregon, Penn State, UCLA, USC and other chasing. The nation's No. 108 overall prospect mentioned USC and Washington as two of the schools standing out early.

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Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 300 offensive tackle Penei Sewell is part of another talented group of prospects in Utah this year. Sewell took an unofficial visit to USC this weekend and also holds offers from Florida, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, UCLA and others.

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5dAdam Rittenberg

The biggest QB battles in college football

Quarterback competitions are a rite of spring, and some of the nation's top programs are searching for starters. Here's an early look at the best battles and who could be starting in the fall.

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Kiper breaks down SEC's best (3:31)
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Examining the LSU-Alabama rivalry (1:01)
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6dMel Kiper Jr.

Mock Draft 2.0: Which Tiger will be picked first?

Running back Leonard Fournette is a transcendent talent, but will he be the first LSU player drafted in April? Kiper expects three Tigers to be selected with the top 12 picks.

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6dSam Khan Jr.

Under-the-radar recruit: LSU Tigers

LSU has its share of top recruits, but intriguing three-star receiver signee Racey McMath is flying under the radar.

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Inside LSU's newly renovated weight room (2:59)
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What to expect from LSU in 2017 (1:19)
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7dTodd McShay

McShay's Top 32: Fournette, Adams top the field

Leonard Fournette's once-a-generation promise is well-documented, but safety Jamal Adams is one of the most complete players in this draft class. The two Tigers round out the top five on the list.

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7dGordon McGuinness

Who are college football's most irreplaceable stars?

This spring, hundreds of NFL draft hopefuls will try to impress pro scouts after successful college careers. But who are the 10 most impossible-to-replace players?

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7dEdward Aschoff

LSU QB Harris tweets intentions to transfer

In a message posted on Twitter, Brandon Harris said that LSU coach Ed Orgeron has given him a full release. Despite his intent to transfer, he still plans to graduate from LSU.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

LSU QB Brandon Harris announced that he is transferring. He was the second-ranked dual-threat QB recruit in the 2014 ESPN 300 but never quite found the success many envisioned he would have at LSU. He started in 2015 but lost his job to Danny Etling early in 2016. In addition to Etling, the Tigers have redshirt sophomore Justin McMillan, redshirt freshman Lindsey Scott and two incoming QB recruits (Myles Brennan, Lowell Narcisse).

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LSU willing to pay for top assistant coaches

Matt Moscona of AFR takes a deep dive into the salaries of LSU's football coaches and explains what that means when it comes to luring the nation's top coaching candidates.

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8dCraig Haubert

Which teams are already rolling in 2018 recruiting?

Alabama is nowhere to be found with its 2018 class, but other schools, headlined by Penn State, Florida State and Kansas, yes that Kansas, are racking up 2018 recruits.

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Alabama looks stout ahead of 2017 season (1:58)
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11dAdam Rittenberg

Five defensive players who could win the Heisman Trophy

Tackling quarterbacks and running backs on the field is hard enough. Prying the Heisman from their grasp is nearly impossible. But is this the year a defensive player gets to strike the pose?

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