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Harry Caray
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
After his freshman year at LSU, I thought we'd all be trying to pick Justin Vincent 1st overall every year in fantasy football.


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CarRamrod
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
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Norman LeJeune


Top two gunner in LSU's history, along with Ron Brooks.

no. The best was that white guy in the 90s that was an absolute psycho. I forgot his name though.
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Macintosh504
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
Steltz


TheCaterpillar
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
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no. The best was that white guy in the 90s that was an absolute psycho. I forgot his name though.

Ryan ONeal? I think thats right

And Clayton deserves some credit as a gunner.
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LCTigers69
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
Sammie Martin.


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Chuck U Farley
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
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The best was that white guy in the 90s that was an absolute psycho. I forgot his name though.


Ryan Oneil was a friggin beast. He seemed like a roided up psycho. Loved watching bust that wedge.


CarRamrod
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
i just tried searching youtube for some of his highlights and i didnt find anything.


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gjackx
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
Kris Kessler...dude never had a chance.


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graychef
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
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The best was that white guy in the 90s that was an absolute psycho.


I was referring to punt coverage. But O'neil was great on kickoffs.
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tojoe
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
Tommy banks


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mtheob17
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ATL
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
Unfortunately I have to say JJ.


Akit1
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Member since Jul 2006
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
Robert Royal. Really thought he'd be all-pro.


higgins
LSU Fan
flowery branch, ga
Member since Dec 2009
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
Skyler Green, Shyrone Carey. Thought at least a long career as returner, 3rd down back respectively. At leat what little joe McShite does.


fightingtigers98
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
surprised no mention of Lavar Edwards and Perry Riley(now starts for the redskins)


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ATLTiger
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
Kirston Pittman's 07 and Ryan Baker's 10 seasons were highly underrated IMO, if not so much the players themselves.

Brett Helms was underrated a bit IMO.


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3xlsugrad
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
Timmy Byrd


UncleLogger
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Clarence LeBlanc


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Papa Tigah
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
Played against him in 1991 when he was at Patterson


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ZTiger87
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Harry Coleman


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1984Tiger
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North Carolina
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re: Name a player from the past that you thought was good but under the radar
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no. The best was that white guy in the 90s that was an absolute psycho. I forgot his name though.

Steve Rehage was a concussion waiting to happen (usually he got it though) ... but I think he was in the '80s.

Oh and Sammy Martin ... he would make Johnny Football look slow.


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