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Video: LSU Commit Nick Brossette Puts A Nasty Juke Move On His Defender At "The Opening"

Any athlete will tell you - one-on-one drills often end in mortifying fashion. Yesterday, at Nike's "The Opening" camp, an LSU commit named Nick Brossette pulled out a move that was either going to make him the talk of Beaverton, Oregon or land him planted on his back. Fortunately for him, it worked out.

Brossette, a four-star running back recruit from Louisiana, went up against Tennessee commit Cecil Cherry and threw a quadruple-juke move at him. Cherry eventually leaned left, and Brossette was off to the races. Via 247 Sports' Barton Simmons:

Brosette's offensive colleagues, as you can hear if you turn the sound on, absolutely love it. Cherry, however, probably wasn't a fan. LSU - if star freshman Leonard Fournette doesn't work out, perhaps the Tigers will still be in good hands at the tailback position next year.