There are a lot of eyes on LSU's backfield heading into 2016. Leornard Fournette is on top of most people's Heisman lists, but a lot of people are looking at LSU quarterback Brandon Harris.

The Parkway alum from Bossier City is solidified as the starting QB heading into this season. It will be the first time in a long time since LSU has had that much confidence in the position.

Now comes the news from the Louisiana Radio Network that Harris will be working with Future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning:

"The 21st annual Manning Passing Academy is under way at Nicholls State University. 40 of the nation’s top college quarterbacks are serving as camp counselors. LSU Brandon Harris is there and so is the now retired Peyton Manning."

We'll have to wait and see if the camp has an impact on Harris' play, but working with Peyton Manning should never be considered a bad thing.