Brian Kelly takes over an LSU program that has disappointed the past 2 years after winning the 2019 national championship.

One of the bright spots from the past 2 years of Tiger football has been WR Kayshon Boutte, who burst onto the scene before suffering a season-ending injury after 6 games in 2021.

On Wednesday, as the Tigers get set for spring practices, Kelly says he’s working to build a relationship with the star receiver:

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Kelly added that he’s had a nice conversation with Boutte and that the talented pass catcher had a successful second surgery:

Through 6 games last year, Boutte was setting the college football world on fire. He had 38 catches for 509 yards and a whopping 9 touchdowns. If he’s healthy in 2022, that’s certainly a level of production Kelly and the Tigers would love to have back on the field.