When LSU football kicks off its annual Fall Camp on Thursday, there will be plenty at stake on both sides of the ball and special teams as competition ensues and starting jobs are won and lost.
Offensively for the Tigers there are three position battles that stand out above the rest.
The headliner of course is the quarterback position, where Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris will lock horns once again. Already the duo has been embroiled in competition for the first-team job over the course of two spring camps and last August's camp.
In the coming weeks we'll know if the fourth time is a charm for Harris, entering his sophomore season.
Elsewhere LSU will have position battles worth monitoring at right guard, between Josh Boutte (currently the frontrunner) and K.J. Malone, and at slot receiver, where the options range from speedsters D.J. Chark and Tyron Johnson to consistent chain-movers John Diarse and Trey Quinn.
The outcome of these three races, and how well depth is formed no matter who wins each, will go a long way toward determining how complete the Bayou Bengal offense can be in 2015.