NAME: Myles Brennan, No. 15
MEASURABLES: 6'5", 183 pounds
BACKGROUND: Brennan, a native of Long Beach, Mississippi, starred at St. Stanislaus High School through 2016, where he set several state records (total offense: 16,168 yards; passing TDs: 166; passing yards: 15,138). As one of the top quarterback recruits in the nation for 2017, he committed to LSU, but temporarily backed out when the Tigers underwent a coaching change from Les Miles to Ed Orgeron. Brennan eventually recommitted, and served as the backup to Danny Etling in his freshman season last year.
Brennan played in six games in 2017, completing 14 passes on 24 attempts for 182 yards and a touchdown. Those games including an early season win over Alabama, LSU's stunning loss to Troy and a road loss to Alabama.
LINK: Won't 'tip my hand' on LSU QB race, but offense struggled in first scrimmage, Orgeron says
Before Joe Burrow arrived from Ohio State, Brennan was thought to be the favorite to land the starting job.
Brennan's father, Owen, played linebacker for Tulane University and his mother, Megan, lettered in volleyball and basketball for the Green Wave.
LINK: LSU quarterback competition -- The case for Myles Brennan