Overlooked player of the year ( choose yours )
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Overlooked player of the year ( choose yours )
Posted by Captain 'Merica on 12/29 at 7:15 pm



Rec: 24
yds : 334
Tds: 4

Kadron Boon. Earlier in the season he was our most reliable reciever.


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Posted by PurpleNGoldFan on 12/29 at 7:20 pm to Captain 'Merica
Loston


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Posted by Tiger Nation 84 on 12/29 at 7:22 pm to Captain 'Merica
I would have to say Barrow, dude had a beast season


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Posted by Microtiger on 12/29 at 7:24 pm to Captain 'Merica
Give us a name, man! Can't even see his number


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Posted by L S Usetheforce on 12/29 at 7:26 pm to Microtiger
You should know the play.


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Posted by bigeztiger on 12/29 at 7:29 pm to L S Usetheforce
Loston... He stayed healthy and had a solid year... Expect him to be a "playmaker" next year


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Posted by ForeverLSU02 on 12/29 at 7:32 pm to Captain 'Merica
Kwon. Can't wait until next year


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Posted by brewhan davey on 12/29 at 7:32 pm to Captain 'Merica



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Posted by Microtiger on 12/29 at 8:14 pm to L S Usetheforce
Bro, I can't watch every game being out of state. This appears to be a normal catch against a team wearing red - Miss State or the Aggies?


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Posted by OleWar on 12/29 at 8:15 pm to Captain 'Merica
Simon, I don't think he is really overlooked, but when anyone lists our top defensive players, he seems to be the last one mentioned.
Media wise he is always brought up in connection with Mathieu or Claiborne. And he should have been named All-SEC



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Posted by jrodLSUke on 12/29 at 8:31 pm to Microtiger
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Bro, I can't watch every game being out of state.

It may have been the second or third best catch of the year. And it came at a critical time against aTm. It was a thing of beauty.

Overlooked player of the year = Ron Martin

21 tackles, which equals that of Logan, Monty and Mingo.

(OK, I'm reaching. It's Barrow.)



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Posted by FlyingTiger06 on 12/29 at 8:32 pm to Captain 'Merica
Trai Turner.

Once he got settled the line was shored up. This is what allowed the passing game to get better during the latter part of the season. During the first few games, Mett was getting killed on a lot of dropbacks (remember the hit he took against North Texas?). Miles and Co. kept the passing game simple because the O-line couldn't protect the QB. Once the line was shored up and they could rely on the line to protect the QB, the passing game opened up. I like points and flashy plays as much as the next guy, but the big games are won by the dudes in the trenches on both sides of the ball.



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Posted by Sampson on 12/29 at 8:35 pm to FlyingTiger06
Trai Turner and Vadal Alexander


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Posted by Russell2Bowe on 12/29 at 8:36 pm to FlyingTiger06
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Loston... He stayed healthy and had a solid year... Expect him to be a "playmaker" next year

Isn't he a Senior?



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Posted by FlyingTiger06 on 12/29 at 8:40 pm to Sampson
I agree that Vadal Alexander had a great year, but I believe he actually was getting the credit for it. On the other hand, Turner seemed to be a bit overlooked. That's why I listed him instead of Alexander.


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Posted by IgotKINGfisherSpeed on 12/29 at 8:43 pm to Russell2Bowe
Defense Lamin Barrow
Offense Lael Collins



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Posted by Sampson on 12/29 at 8:45 pm to FlyingTiger06
Agreed. Alexander was the much more heralded recruit too


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Posted by winntiger on 12/29 at 8:46 pm to IgotKINGfisherSpeed
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Defense Lamin Barrow Offense Lael Collins


Hard to argue those picks, maybe Trai Turner or PJ for offense? Idk Collins was dominant and a model of consistency for the line all year.



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Posted by FlyingTiger06 on 12/29 at 8:49 pm to IgotKINGfisherSpeed
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Offense Lael Collins


No disrespect, but La'el got plenty of notice/credit so I don't see how he could be classified as overlooked. Unless your argument here is that he was even better than he was given credit for.

On the flip side, I think you nailed (so to speak) the pick for Defense.



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Posted by crazyLSUfan on 12/29 at 8:51 pm to Captain 'Merica
Another vote for Loston. Glad he stayed healthy this year.


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