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David Ching with ESPN.com put together an "All-Miles Team" as part of his "Decade with Miles" blog and this is what it looks like:

QB: JaMarcus Russell
RB: Jeremy Hill
RB: Jacob Hester
WR: Brandon LaFell
WR: Jarvis Landry
TE: Richard Dickson
OT: Ciron Black
OG: Herman Johnson
C: Rudy Niswanger
OG: Will Blackwell
OT: La'el Collins
AP: Odell Beckham Jr.

DE: Sam Montgomery
DT: Glenn Dorsey
DT: Michael Brockers
DE: Tyson Jackson
LB: Ali Highsmith
LB: Kevin Minter
LB: Kelvin Sheppard
CB: Patrick Peterson
S: Eric Reid
S: LaRon Landry
CB: Morris Claiborne
Nickel: Tyrann Mathieu

PK: Josh Jasper
P: Brad Wing
KOR: Trindon Holliday
PR: Skyler Green

Agree? Disagree? Substitutions?
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22 Comments
Maybe Vadal Alexnder over Herman Johnson, Mett or Flynn over Russell and Dewayne Bowe over Lafell.
Reply31 months
Yup...pretty good looking team David.
Reply32 months
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mett's senior season was remarkable. I'd probably take him over jamakus. That said jamakus was an outstanding qb for lsu. I would like to have seen him go lower in the draft to a good team. He very well could be playing today.
Reply32 months
Would rather have Chad Jones at punt returner than Skyler Green.
Reply32 months
Where's Mingo? Lol
Reply32 months
with that group of players around him, would rather have Flynn than Russell at QB
Reply32 months
Helms was clearly the best center under Miles, followed by Lonergan.
Reply32 months
Lafell really sticks out on this list. I don't think Ching looked past the career stats. Bowe, Beckham, and Randle were all better. You could probably make a case for Davis and Doucet for being at least as good as Lafell.
Reply32 months
How do you not have Chad Jones over Reid?
Reply32 months
Lord, Id pay a million dollars to have these guys all together on one the same team for 1 year!!! I dont think ANY team in the country would score over 17 points and they would prob beat 1-2 NFL teams!!!!!!
Reply32 months
Why are y'all keep saying to replace Sam Montgomery? Not only did he have more sacks and TFL here, he did it in 8 less games, and was not a liability in run support.

People need to stop looking at "oh Mingo was fast" and start looking at how Montgomery crashed the pocket, and ran QBs to Mingo's side.

Mingo doesn't win in production or value (most just a speed rusher). He's faster, but that's about it.
Reply32 months
Mett over Jamarcus every day and twice on Sunday
Reply32 months
DBU for sure.

Jacob Hester is the most overrated player in modern SEC history.
Reply32 months
this is a honest answer, Saban was 5 years at lsu which meant he spent 4 years with denardos players , les has been here 10 years with the last five years all his !
Reply32 months
I agree with Dwayne Bowe over Lafell and Mingo over Montgomery. Otherwise, it's pretty much perfect.
Reply32 months
Honest question - how many are Saban recruits?
Reply32 months
I would have Dwayne Bowe over Lafell.
Reply32 months
Nevermind! Silly me ??
Reply32 months
What about Trindon Holliday?
Reply32 months
Crazy good secondary on that list.
Reply32 months
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