* LSU commitment Chuck Baker turned several heads during his 40 yard dash attempts. While official times are not available, Baker reportedly ran a sub 4.5 40.
* LSU commitment Tre'Davious White stayed overnight on campus and was not scheduled to test, but after observing some of his peers in action he decided to go and compete.
* LSU commitment Jeryl Brazil continues to be a leader in the 2013 class and was doing his part to work the crowded IPF and speak with his fellow commitments and some of the Tigers' top targets in attendance.
* North Little Rock High School (AR) standout Kavin Alexander caught the watchful eye of LSU running backs'coach Frank Wilson. Coach Wilson stopped Alexander after a blazing 40 yard dash to collect his name and high school.
* QB Shane McCarley was put through the paces by LSU quarterback coach Steve Kragthorpe. With two quarterbacks already in the fold, it would be surprising to see the Tigers extend an offer to another QB. That said, McCarley has done his best to put his best foot forward this weekend with a solid individual workout and a 7-on-7 tournament title.
* 2014 five star Leonard Fournette was on hand for individual workouts today after competing with his team in yesterday's 7-on-7 tournament.
Fournette continues to back up the hype with solid camp showings. While the Tigers are in the thick of things, it will take some time for Fournette to sort through the process and narrow the picking field.
* North DeSoto standout Hakim Gray was on hand and trying to show the LSU staff what he is capable of. With a few offers already in hand, Gray is working towards a solid projected position.
Gray's footspeed lends more towards a defensive line post, but his size has some thinking linebacker.
* 2014 defensive back standout Tony Brown of Beaumont, Texas showed up at the LSU IPF sporting some Purple and Gold attire. The word around camp is that the rising junior could be a Tiger when all things are said and done.
* 2014 Arlington, Texas star Brandon Simmons has been one of the more impressive prospects on the weekend.
Simmons is currently slated to play safety, but with his ability to play the ball in the air he could see time as a wide receiver on the next level.