Photo: courtesy of Neville HS & LSU commit OT Will Campbell, Twitter

Posted On: 06/18/21 11:20 PM

Approximately 1,400 student athletes visited LSU for the program’s first summer camps since winning the 2019 national championship Jan. 13, 2020.

The COVID-19 pandemic scrapped the typical 2020 offseason and limited coaches and players to fully virtual recruitments.

So both the recruiters and recruits have opened the summer as enthusiastic and hungry as ever to make their mark.

And the lineman camp and skills camp the first weekend of the month — each held by the Tigers in conjunction with staffs from all their fellow in-state programs — produced a slew of good performances.

Here are a couple notes on seven of the best.

Quency Wiggins Quency Wiggins 6'7" | DL Madison Prep | 2022 State LA — 6-7, 270 DL — Madison Prep (2022)

The continually rising star seemed to be the biggest talk of the day with a dominant performance in which he beat everyone lined up across from him. Wiggins is up to 6-foot-7, 270 pounds and strong enough to overpower most of his peers, but still scary-quick off the edge or spinning back inside. And the driven, eager learner only continues to get better with his technique and his mental game within the game just a

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