"We'll let competition play out, we're going to see who the best one is over time. What we'll do is take all 29 practices that we have, we'll make some quality decisions. I'm not saying that two quarterbacks will play, but we'll look at what advantages they give us and play the one that gives us the most,"said Miles.
Harris completed 178-of-329 passes for 3,172 yards with 34 touchdowns and 14 interceptions as a senior at Parkway. He also rushed for 1,048 yards and 15 touchdowns, led Parkway to a 14-1 record and an appearance in the 5A state championship game in 2013.
Anthony Jennings heads into his sophomore year as the only LSU quarterback with game experience. He is 1-0 as a starting quarterback, saw action in nine games as a true freshman, including a start in the Outback Bowl against Iowa.
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