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JEAUXBLEAUX
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


steve rehage





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The First Cut
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


quote:

- Steve Rehage








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Ponchy Tiger
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


The late Toby Caston deserves some love in this category.


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JustDooIt
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


Jay Eglof...I remember a hit against Auburn where he broke his collarbone(?) but it was a game changer. He finally calmed down after LSU and flies F-18's for the Marine Corps.





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Ponchy Tiger
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Egloff was a crazy mf on kickoffs total disreguard for his body





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JustDooIt
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


Caston...agreed. One could also add him to "Tigers who died too soon" category. Ever wonder if our list is longer than other schools? Seems a bit unusual when you think about it. Could be another thread sometime....





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Ethan Martin
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brooks





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LSU Patrick
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


Bradie James could lay the wood.

LSU has had some very physical receivers over the years. Michael Clayton could definitely hit for a wide receiver.






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rattlebucket
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


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Clarence Leblanc could light some people up back in the day


Was just coming here to post this. John Curtis recruit. He hit a miss st fullback catching a ball over the middle in 97 or 98 and dang near took his head off.






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LSUNV
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


Steve Atwater, hated the team but dude would crack a helmet at least once a game

Now if you are talking Only LSU players, then Laron Landry would get my vote



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BDLtiger93
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


Loston has been known today the wood on a regular basis whether it was his teammate (mo claiborne) or that poor kid on Mississippi states kick return team





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AlwysATgr
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I think that was Hatcher vs Arky in '10.





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catholictigerfan
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quote:

Eddy Furniss








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lsutigermall
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


Craig Steltz





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rzd30
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


When Arizona made their trip here in 2006-2007, the same year Jamarcus went off in the Sugar Bowl. That QB from Arizona took the worst beating I have ever seen one single QB take.

45-3 and it wasn't that close, on many of the highlight reels or intro videos he is in many of them still to this day . But he stayed in .






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jmac63
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


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- Steve Rehage


agree with this






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BillyBobfan24_7
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


Lyle Mouton





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Rouge
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


Clarence Leblanc is the correct answer





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jose canseco
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It's still Landry


Its hard to argue with Landry.

I always remember Michael Brooks as a knockout. But maybe it was bc I was young and it was the 1st time I saw rbs get laid out.






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RedlandsTiger
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Thought to be among the hardest hitters on the team as he broke over 30 of his own face masks and one helmet in collisions in practice or games during his career ...


James Stampley
from the LSUSports website
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