re: For the Tiger fans who graduated HIGH SCHOOL in the 90's...(Posted by Big EZ Tiger on 1/4/14 at 12:07 am to jose canseco)
quote: Surprised people are saying HB over PatPete. Do you really think Tyrann was better at LSU than PP7??
Mathieu's impact was phenomenal and immediate. His numbers and what he did in a short time were incredible. Peterson had an unbelievable impact at times too and was one of the best I've ever seen at LSU. Peterson was a better pass defender, but Mathieu was a jack-of-all trades. He was the first defensive back to make it to the Heisman ceremony in like 14 years or whatever for a reason.
la_birdman LSU Fan Lake Charles Member since Feb 2005 17021 posts
re: For the Tiger fans who graduated HIGH SCHOOL in the 90's...(Posted by la_birdman on 1/4/14 at 12:44 am to jose canseco)
Patrick Peterson impressed the heck out of me when I saw him start. Blew me away with his abilities.
Mathieu is a very close second. I've said it before but who cares.... It was almost like there were two #7's out there. That kid was everywhere and he has skills that are just insane. Glad he's doing well.
On offense.... hmmmm. It's got to be Kevin Faulk. I would say Hodson but that was in 89, I think.
jose canseco LSU Fan Houston via Houma via BR via NOLA Member since Jul 2007 5319 posts
re: For the Tiger fans who graduated HIGH SCHOOL in the 90's...(Posted by jose canseco on 1/4/14 at 12:50 am to la_birdman)
quote: I would say Hodson but that was in 89, I think.
Correct, Hodson was a product of the 80's. But, what I meant was if you were in high school in the 90's, who impressed you? Meaning, players in the 80's are available for consideration if you followed LSU football prior.
re: For the Tiger fans who graduated HIGH SCHOOL in the 90's...(Posted by tigertalkster on 1/4/14 at 1:09 am to la_birdman)
Without a doubt for short term on offense Cecil Collins never seen anything like him come through lsu but for a longer time I would say either Kevin Faulk or Jeremy hill come to mind but many others like reed Russell davey bowe Landry come to mind. On defense will say Peterson but Dorsey lavelas, and yes I'm sure I butchered that spelling, and Honey badger was probably the most exciting. Never seen a player make so much happen so often