LSU football is at full tilt with summer workouts headed up by strength and conditioning coach Tommy Moffitt taking place in Baton Rouge to prepare the Tigers for this tough 2018 schedule. During LSU's Elite Camp, a lot of the players were out running sprints with teammates on the field while LSU hosted plenty of potential future Tigers on campus.

Geaux247 snapped a few photos of the newcomers and some of the returning players as well.

Included in the photos below is heralded Ohio State quarterback transfer Joe Burrow, who we got a look at for the first time throwing as a Tiger. Burrow was working with freshman Ja'Marr Chase and tight ends Foster Moreau, Aaron Moffitt and Jamal Pettigrew.

What are offensive coordinator Steve Ensminger’s thoughts after seeing Burrow on campus for a month now?

“I am excited about him,” Ensminger said. “He’s a big, athletic kid. He’s a very mature kid. I say kid, a very mature young man. He’s a coaches son who loves football, who wants to study and learn everything you got out there and be in the film room every day to try to get better.

“I am curious to see him throw the football, I’ll be honest with you. But he’s a football junkie."

The Tigers open the regular season in Arlington, Texas against Miami on Sunday, Sept. 2 at 6:30 p.m. CT on ABC. In 2017, LSU finished 9-4 overall and 6-2 in the Southeastern Conference. SEC Media Days begin on Monday in Atlanta, where Ed Orgeron and three players will go meet with the media.