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Grading the 2013 offensive class

LSU signed 13 offensive prospects on Wednesday, a need-addressing group with loads of potential. TSD hands LSU a position-by-position report card for how the Tigers did on Signing Day for the offensive class.

With the 2013 recruiting class in the books, it's time to give LSU a position-by-position report card on how it did. While it's impossible to grade a class until three or four years down the road, it is fair to assess a class based on the potential of the prospects brought in and how well the staff addressed its needs. I'll grade the offensive prospects here. LSU signed 13 prospects that project...

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