LSU football fans are enjoying an uncommonly good passing attack in 2013. They'd better squeeze every moment out of the next three regular season games and bowl appearance because the major components won't be around for 2014.

Besides losing fifth-year senior quarterback Zach Mettenberger, it's likely junior receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry will opt for the NFL draft in April. Both are having breakout seasons and could go as high as the second round

Beckham has caught 48 passes for 1,009 yards and eight touchdowns. He's second in the SEC to Texas A&M's Mike Evans (1,101) in yards and fifth in the conference in receptions per game. Landry has 58 catches for 882 yards and eight scores and is second to Vanderbilt's Jordan Mathews in receptions. Mathews has 66 catches. Landry and Beckham are tied for second in receiving touchdowns behind Evans, who has 11.