LSU hit the practice field on Tuesday and the program has shared video content featuring the team’s skill position players getting in some work.

The team’s outstanding collection of running backs, receivers or defensive backs can all be spotted in the video below, in addition to some linemen work.

Following the practice, Ed Orgeron met with the media and was asked to share the latest on the team’s ongoing quarterback competition.

Instead of narrowing the options down to two, which is expected by many to be Max Johnson versus Myles Brennan at some point, Orgeron notes that all four signal-callers are looking good as LSU has TJ Finley and Garrett Nussmeier to work with during camp.

“We haven’t talked about it yet, we’re gonna give them all a fair shot,” Orgeron said on Tuesday evening. “We said we were gonna give them all a fair shot throughout the spring and there will be a time at camp where two guys have to get the reps. So, we’re gonna have to make that decision, but we’re not close to making it right now.

“There’s a lot of reps to go and all four of them are doing well. I thought Myles had a great day last Thursday but you know what, it changes every day. Those guys are battling and I’m very proud of them.”

Here is the video of LSU’s latest practice:

Cover photo credit: Jacob Reeder/LSU Athletics