BATON ROUGE, La. -- This time, the big dogs will come out.
After a relatively light June camp, LSU's July camp is expected to be star-studded, with top players from across the country expected to attend. In the past, it's been a good place for LSU to pick up a commitment or two or identify young players who later become top prospects.
Last year, LSU started a sensation when it offered rising eighth-grader Dylan Moses (Baton Rouge, La./University Laboratory). By the way, he is expected to attend again.
Here are five storylines for this year. It starts with a special teams camp on Saturday, continues with a team camp Sunday through Wednesday, then wraps up with a 7-on-7 camp Saturday.