Zalance Heard

Posted On: 06/19/22 8:45 PM

LSU wrapped up its June camp schedule Friday morning with the final session of its annual Elite Prospects Camp.

A slew of talented in-state 2024 and 2025 prospects took over the bulk of the headlines to close the event, with a few key rising seniors and out-of-state prospects sprinkled into the mix.

Here were several of the top performers and developments regarding Louisiana athletes.



As far as position groups, the pass-catchers seemed to lead the day.

St. Augustine’s tall 2024 tandem of Joshua Jackson Joshua Jackson 6'1" | WR St. Augustine | 2024 State LA and Bobby Kennedy Bobby Kennedy 6'4" | WR St. Augustine | 2024 State LA were two of the best-looking prospects in drill work with receivers coaches Cortez Hankton and Carter Sheridan and took the lead as the outside target with the first group during 7-on-7 competition.

Rising sophomore Russell Babineaux made his way to Baton Rouge for his first camp experience and cut up opposing defenses all day with his route-running and quickness. The 2025 prospect from Acadiana picked up an LSU offer in April and more than lived up to corresponding expectations with one of the most impressive performances of the day.

Rising senior Alex Beard Alex Beard 5'9" | WR Lafayette Christian | 2023 LA of Lafayette Christian showed up, as always, and had a highly