Led by preseason all-American Glenn Dorsey, the LSU defensive line is without a doubt, the deepest and most talented in all of college football. The Tigers return three starters from its defensive front from a year ago, including Dorsey and all-SEC player Tyson Jackson. Here we weigh the stock options of LSU's defensive line halfway through Fall Camp.

Glenn Dorsey – Stock is SOARING

Truly, Dorsey is everybody's all-American. just released its All-American team and Dorsey was a unanimous selection. Dorsey would have been a first round draft pick last season, minus a stress fracture in his leg. Although he has been slowed with a strained hamstring this Fall Camp, look for his game to reach new heights this year.


Kentravis Aubrey – Stock is UP

Coming out of Bastrop High School, this defensive tackle was projected to make a move over to the offensive line once he got to LSU. But before Fall Camp, the coaching staff moved Joe Barksdale to offensive front and let Aubrey stay put. Currently he is the third string left tackle behind Glenn Dorsey and Al Woods.


Charles Alexander – Stock is UP

Les Miles once said Charles Alexander was the best overall athlete on the team. At any rate, Alexander is running as the starting right defensive tackle and showing no signs of letting up.


Tyson Jackson – Stock is SOARING

Tyson Jackson may be the most underrated player on this LSU team. While Dorsey gets all the accolades, Jackson could turn out to be one of the biggest sleepers in next spring's NFL Draft. Break out the TiVo and re-watch that hit on Arizona's Willie Tuitama – scary!


Tremaine Johnson – Stock is UP
For a while Rahim Alem was listed as the starter at right defensive end, but lately it's been Tremaine Johnson. The two players seem to be flip-flopping a good bit on that end and this week it's Johnson's turn.


Rahim Alem – Stock is DOWN

See Tremaine Johnson.


Al Woods – Stock is EVEN

Al Woods was expected to come in and play immediately a year ago, but this heralded prospect from Elton, la. hasn't made the splash many expected. Currently, he is holding steady at the No. 2 spot behind Dorsey at left tackle.


Kirston Pittman – Stock is UP

After missing two years of action with ankle and Achilles tendon injuries, this senior made some noise in last Saturday's scrimmage logging three sacks.


Will Blackwell – Stock is UP

A true freshman out of West Monroe, Blackwell has impressive strides throughout Fall Camp and as of Monday was running as the second string left defensive end behind Jackson.


Ricky Jean-Francois – Stock has PLUMMETED

Some say Ricky Jean-Francois is the best defensive line talent on the D-Line, even ahead of the all-American Dorsey. However, we won't find out this year as Jean-Francois must sit out with academic issues. He has been spotted at a handful of practices, but there has been little to note.

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