Here are my observations and notes from the session followed by several practice videos below.
--- Quarterback Anthony Jennings did a considerable amount of standing and watching while Brandon Harris again took the reps with the ones. The division of reps today was even more one-sided than it was on either Thursday or Friday, which is to say there were less second-team reps allotted for by offensive coordinator Cam Cameron. Once the basic daily drills were done early, Cameron began taking the players through three-receiver route progressions (more below), and Harris was in there for just about every one of those snaps I saw. Jennings, sometimes with his helmet off, was standing from a distance and taking it in - not necessarily sulking, but certainly not pleased.
--- For a period of practice Harris was operating from the shotgun while Cameron was dictating routes to a trips receiver package. Malachi Dupre was in the inside slot receiver in that formation, Travin Dural next to him in the middle (also off the ball) and then D.J. Chark was lined up widest, on the line of scrimmage. The ins and outs of route combinations they were running isn't really what's important from my perspective. The development to me is that Dupre will see some time in the slot this fall. It had been rumored in spring camp, but we saw a bit of it today. What an absolute matchup headache No. 15 will be going against nickel and dime backs. Height is in these days when it comes to the LSU receiving corps. Expect a lot of these three on the field together.
--- The offensive line split up into interior (guard-center-guard) and exterior (tackles, working in combination with the tight ends) groups today. Position coach Jeff Grimes mainly stayed with the tackles and tight ends. The alignment of the interior players went as follows -- First Team: Ethan Pocic at left guard, William Clapp at center, Josh Boutte at right guard; Second Team: K.J. Malone at left guard, Pocic at center, Garrett Brumfield at right guard. Most of today they worked on "sliding to the Mike," combo-blocking before a guard can get to the second level and put a hat on a linebacker.
--- Like yesterday the morning defensive line group included redshirt sophomore tackles Greg Gilmore and Frank Herron. Those two really have distinctly different body types for me, something that's gotten more exacerbated over their times on campus. Herron, listed at 289 pounds, is leaner, plays a little taller (although that might not be great from a pad level perspective) and for my money was moving around a lot better in circuit drills. Gilmore, in at 313 pounds, feels more stout and lumbers a bit more. It'll all depend on the type of rotational player coach Ed Orgeron is looking for, but he's got varying options with these two.
--- Senior linebacker Lamar Louis (strained pec) was still in a green jersey, the only non-quarterback on the Ponderosa today with that distinction. Also of note: sophomore Donnie Alexander was with the AM workout crew for the first time in three days. He began Fall Camp seemingly behind junior Duke Riley on the depth chart. New coordinator and position coach Kevin Steele gave the New Orleans native a long look today working out alongside the veterans in the corps.