Ten things we learned through ten days of LSU’s camp _lowres

Advocate staff photo by HILARY SCHEINUK -- Defensive line coach Ed Orgeron, left, runs through a drill with senior defensive tackle Quentin Thomas (95) during afternoon practice at LSU's Charles McClendon Practice Facility, Friday, August 7, 2015.

LSU is set to scrimmage on Saturday night in Tiger Stadium, marking its 10th day of preseason camp.

We won’t know what happens in the scrimmage. It’s closed to the media and public.

Reporters were allowed a small window into the first four days of camp before coach Les Miles closed the doors on Monday. Players have been available for interviews on three of the first 10 days of camp. The coy and cryptic Miles has addressed the media five times, with little revealed by the 11-year leader of the Tigers football program.

The shroud masking LSU’s defensive scheme under new coordinator Kevin Steele is still somewhat in place, and the competition at quarterback, defensive end and cornerback are draped in some secrecy.

Through the first 10 days of camp, we learned that …