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NFL Media analyst Elliot Harrison included 3 former Tigers in his All-Under-25 Team. Here is who they are:
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CB: Patrick Peterson, Arizona Cardinals
To be clear, he's not the NFL's top cover corner, but he is an excellent player who is more dangerous than any of his peers with the ball in his hands. How is he still just 23?

S: Eric Reid, San Francisco 49ers
The 49ers' draft-day trade with the Cowboys bore fruit. Besides becoming an immediate starter for a premier D, he recorded 77 tackles, picked off four balls and recovered two fumbles.

S: Tyrann Mathieu, Arizona Cardinals
It'll be interesting to see how Arizona uses Mathieu when he returns from injury. He's an impact guy who is also versatile, reflected by his nine tackles for loss, two picks and one sack.
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So let me get this straight.....There are 3 former LSU players on this list and only 1 from Bama.
Reply37 months
How old is TM7...?
LSU maybe.... should have pitched more shut outs ?
Reply37 months
that list is fricking terrible
Reply37 months
DBU
Reply37 months
Saban's players...oh wait
Reply37 months
DB frickIN U
Reply37 months
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