LSU Football: Les Miles Off to Hot Start for 2015 Recruiting Class

Les Miles Off to Hot Start for 2015 Recruiting Class

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Jan 1, 2014; Tampa, Fl, USA; LSU Tigers head coach Les Miles talks to media after they beat the Iowa Hawkeyes at Raymond James Stadium. LSU Tigers defeated the Iowa Hawkeyes 21-14. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY SportsEven though the 2014 edition of National Signing Day was only a few short weeks ago, college football coaches around the country are turning their attention to 2015.

One coach in particular that is already making noise on the 2015 signing trail is LSU head coach Les Miles.

After signing a ridiculously good 2014 class on February 5, Miles has started stocking up on talent for next year's signing class with some impressive commits thus far.

Among those players that have already verbally committed to the Tigers is five-star cornerback Kevin Tolliver II, who is considered to be the top cornerback in the 2015 class. He's also a top-three player in the nation in next year's class, and if he lives up to the hype, would be yet another in a long line of special talents in the LSU secondary over the years. 

Another outstanding commit is five-star offensive tackle Maea Teuhema, a nearly 350-pound beast that will quickly make an impact on the Tigers' offensive line.

Of course, those are just to name a few.

Miles has proven year after year that he has what it takes to get the top recruits around the country to Baton Rouge to play their college football.

Just look at this year, for example. LSU didn't have to wait until National Signing Day to get a hard commitment from the number one overall player in the nation in running back Leonard Fournette, once again showing Miles' excellent ability to get top-notch talent sold on the university early in the recruiting process.

When you consider that Miles is recruiting in the toughest conference in college football, he has to be right up there in the discussion in terms of top overall recruiters in college football.

While we never know how some of these top recruits will turn out once they get into the college game, there's no questioning the fact that Miles goes after the best, and more often than not, gets the best.

Tolliver II and Teuhema are just the start of what should be another stellar recruiting class for Miles in Baton Rouge.

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