Miles Needs To Make Better Decisions Recruiting QBs
LSU football coach Les Miles survived the season after a last minute reprieve by the school's athletic director and president. Despite posting a disappointing 9-3 record after losing to conference foes in three straight games, Miles has enough talent to contend for conference honors next year. Recruiting is the lifeblood of any organization, and this season LSU is ranked as having the No. 1 recruiting class in the country. While anything can happen before signing day, if the Tigers are able to reel in current commitments and add a top quarterback signee, it should be better times in Baton Rouge. Miles is in the hunt for the third best drop back passer in the country, Dwayne Haskins who previously committed to Maryland. Haskins has reopened his recruiting after the Terrapins fired coach Randy Edsall. Miles has failed to recruit a top high school quarterback to LSU. Zach Mettenberger, a transfer from Georgia, was the best quarterback during Miles' LSU tenure.