WHY CARTER SHERIDAN MAY BE THE BEST LSU HIRE OF THE OFFSEASON

by Lonn Phillips Sullivan

Joining Ensminger’s crew of offensive mastercats, offensive analyst Carter Sheridan mirrors the NFL experience and in-depth passing game knowledge of Linehan, taking his 11 years of experience on the New Orleans Saints’ staff under Sean Payton to Steve Ensminger’s ultimate crew.

Sheridan’s presence is an important capture for Orgeron:

2019’s Head Coach of the Year has been tirelessly, constantly looking for anyone who may possess more insider intel on the inner workings of the Saints’ spread attack we so mercilessly utilized last season…and as Ja’Marr Chase takes the #7 jersey, taking on further responsibility and leadership, Sheridan’s arrival may only serve to bolster Chase, Marshall, McMath, Trey Palmer, Kayshon Boutte and the rest of the WRs corps to an even higher frontier of matador receiving exploits.

Carter Sheridan’s work alongside the. Saints’ wide receivers under Sean Payton, as well as his St. Augustine High School / New Orleans roots, will pay major dividends for LSU’s 2020 season, furthering his career, as well as expanding the offensive staff in the right areas.

Hell, Carter probably shared a few beers and sleepless nights together with Joe Brady in the vampiric darkness of a 24/7 NFL film session…we’re talking a detail-winner here in Coach Sheridan.

While great coaches or analysts depart our program to move up the CFB ladder, Orgeron has replenished the squad with new blood and home run hires, keeping the program’s foot on the gas after last season’s unassailable majesty…

An offensive staff shakeup may potentially turn out to be the best thing for LSU geauxing into 2020…we’re refusing to back down or change our aggressive, over-the-top, deceptively balanced attack under Ensminger/Brady/Burrow: we’re just adapting new ideas to our change of personnel.

Grabbing new faces, such as Sheridan and Linehan to push these NFL-ready receivers, has instilled a mentality in which we won’t stay too content for long on the offensive side of the ball.

 

Read the entire article at LSU SPRING PRACTICE OPENS WITH A VENGEANCE

 

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