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8-4, 2nd in SEC - West
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Breaking down Kiper's NFL mock draft (3:52)

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Watched tape of LSU safety Jamal Adams -- Love the way he plays the game. Natural instincts on the field. High football IQ. Tough. And he leads by example. Adams plays much faster than his stopwatch speed (4.56 40-yard dash). I see very little wasted movement with his footwork too. That shows up in his run reads. Quick downhill to close the distance to the ball carrier. And he finishes tackles. Adams also has the technique and coverage ability to match up to the slot. The skill set is there to play multiple roles in defensive sub-packages at the NFL level. If Adams can post a 40 time at his Pro Day in the low 4.5 range, I think he has the talent to come off the board in the Top 5 of the draft. He's the type of impact safety that coaches want in the secondary.

David Ching ESPN Staff Writer 

Not surprisingly, a number of LSU players were sidelined for Tuesday's practice following Saturday's team scrimmage. Among them: RB Derrius Guice (ankle), DL Christian LaCouture (knee), CB Greedy Williams (unknown), TE Jamal Pettigrew (ankle) and OLB Sci Martin (knee). The only one who sounded like a possible concern was Martin, whom LSU coach Ed Orgeron said he will offer further details on later after getting test results back.

David Ching ESPN Staff Writer 

Ed Orgeron spoke to reporters Tuesday for the first time since Saturday's scrimmage at Tiger Stadium. Orgeron said new offensive coordinator Matt Canada's bunch had the upper hand Saturday and wore down the defense with its up-tempo pace.

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Derek Tyson RecruitingNation 

The 24th-ranked player in the ESPN Jr. 300 Terrace Marshall plucks the ball out of the air with ease. Easy to see why he's one of the top wide receivers in the country.

Derek Tyson RecruitingNation 

Alabama DE commit Jordan Smith says LSU and Tennessee are still pursuing him. Visited Tigers yesterday plans to visit Vols next weekend. Appears to be very solid with Alabama, however.

Derek Tyson RecruitingNation 

No. 63 in the ESPN Jr. 300 Joshua Moore checking in at The Opening regional camp in New Orleans. Moore visited LSU yesterday and has the Tigers in his top 10. Sporting FSU shorts today though.

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McShay stuns with TE in latest top 4 (2:15)
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Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

No. 2 overall prospect, wide receiver Jalen Hall, provides a snapshot of where his recruitment stands during Sunday's Nike Opening Regional in Los Angeles. All four California schools are in the mix along with a few national powers.