2014 NFL Draft: Who fills holes at LSU after early entries?

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Jan 2, 2014; St. Petersburg, FL, USA; Team Nitro wide receiver Malachi Dupre (15) catches the ball over Team Highlight cornerback Jermaine Roberts (2) during the first half of the Under Armour All America football game at Tropicana Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

As difficult as it sounds to replace a 1,400-yard rusher in Hill, the tallest order comes in replacing the dynamic duo of Landry and Beckham who became the first LSU pair of receivers to record 1,000-yard seasons in the same season and only the third set of SEC receivers to do so.

LSU does not have a Fournette-type player ready to step into their prodigious shoes, at least not yet anyway. A commitment from No. 2 wide receiver recruit Malachi Dupre will go a long way in alleviating some concerns at the position and give them a potential star in the years to come. I have predicted him to come to LSU, so for this exercise let’s pencil him into the lineup.