LSU’s 2011 class should prove to be as good as any that
Miles has had in Baton Rouge, anchored at home by names like five-star La’el
Collins and away by, well, more in-state talent, from five-star defensive
tackle Anthony Johnson to four-star wide receiver Jarvis Landry.
Evidenced by consistent top-10 finishes among annual national
team rankings, there is no disconnect between the Tiger staff and prospective
Yet, new rules in college football have drastically cut back
on direct contact between coaches and high school athletes, meaning programs
turn to stuffing the mailbox in hopes of grabbing a prospect’s attention early
in the game.
On Thursday, LSU took a step in another direction.
With the release of the LSU Football-Miles Method app,
prospective student-athletes can now get a deeper look into the Tiger program via
Apple. The app, made available on Sept. 16, will offer highlights, video and
messages on the football team. It will also feature a stream from Miles on
Twitter and Facebook.
With the release, LSU became the first collegiate program to offer content
and video on the team through an iPad app.
Click below to download the free app:
The Miles Method