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LSU coach Les Miles never told reporters Saturday who got LSU’s only interception of the Tigers’ first spring scrimmage.

It was true freshman Kevin Toliver II.

Toliver, a highly touted signee from Florida, posted a video of the interception on Twitter on Sunday.

First interception in Death Valley

The scrimmage was closed to the media and public and no statistics were provided. Miles said Brandon Harris threw the interception, but would not disclose the interceptor.

The coach gave Harris the “edge” Saturday in the first on-field battle of 2015 in the hotly competitive starting quarterback duel between Harris and Anthony Jennings.

In the video, it appears the first-string offense was going against the second string defense. The quarterback under threw the intended receiver, Dural, in the end zone.

Many believe Toliver, a five star prospect, has a chance to to play significantly this season. Here’s a shot of him during practice earlier this week.