LSU football positional breakdown for the 2015 season

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Nov 29, 2013; Baton Rouge, LA, USA; LSU Tigers wide receiver Travin Dural (83) carries the ball in front of Arkansas Razorbacks cornerback Jared Collins (29) for a touchdown in the fourth quarter at Tiger Stadium. LSU defeated Arkansas 31-27. Mandatory Credit: Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports

When it comes to producing elite talent at the wide receiver position, there are very few teams that can compete with LSU. That trend should continue this season.

Wide receiver is arguably the biggest strength for the Tigers in 2015, something that will help improve a passing game that desperately needs a boost. Between Malachi Dupre, Travin Dural, John Diarse and D.J. Chark, LSU has four players that could be the go-to receiver on most teams in the country.

Dupre, Dural and Diarse were the biggest weapons last year. This spring, however, it was Chark who emerged as one of the most promising players on the team.

Trey Quinn is also an extremely valuable asset. The sophomore could prove to be one of the most talented slot receivers in the SEC by the time the season is finished.

Dural, a junior, is the oldest of the group. This makes the Tigers’ future at the position even brighter than it already is. If Dural returns as a senior in 2017, we could be looking at one of the most dangerous LSU football passing attacks in school history.

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