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


Gotta be this guy. 80 home runs in his LSU career.







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








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


quote:

Greg Jackson from the mid 80's could put a whoopin on anyone in free space. He would come out of nowhere from FS or SS position and level you.


Definitely belongs in this discussion. Not sure how I overlooked him other than being old and forgetful.

(Doesn't he coach DB's for the 49ers?)






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Ironhead985
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


Ronnie Lott





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


Laron Landry aka "Dirty 30"





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


Steve Rehage





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


Hardest hit ever goes to Odell Beckham Sr. He hit an Aggie ona pass play and I honestly thought the kid was dead. Totally legal hit but it was a collision.

Go to 1.20 .






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


Al Wilson- UT





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


Brandon lafell





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


Leonard Little too





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


:30 is a better shot of that video

LINK

but this is serious shite here too

LINK




This post was edited on 7/3 at 11:18 pm


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


1) La"the"ron Landry
2) Nicky Savoie

Everyone else.






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


Agree... Forgot about Brandon Lafell's hit in 2007 on the Matt Flynn run. That was vicious too.





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


Cookie man (rip) for basketball.

Who was the player that Cook knocked out during a game?







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


Love that Lafell hit - love to see WRs taking people out. Jarvis Landry on the KO retrn against Auburn was good too.

Laron Landry brought it every game though. He's the best intimidator we've had in the defensive backfield.






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LsuAlum13
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


Eric Alexander anyone? Outside lb in the early to mid 2000s. Watch highlights from the 03 championship team and you will see #27 hurting folks





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


Definitely cast my vote for Steve Rehage and then following in no particular order Shawn Burke, Leonard Marshall, Laron Landry and Nickie Savoy.





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


quote:

Clarence Leblanc


Bradie James used to say he hated standing a guy up in the hole because he knew that "Hurricane" Clarence was coming towards him at about 20 miles per hour and with bad intentions.






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


Greg Jackson





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LSUAlum2001
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re: Hardest Hitter of the Modern Era ('80 to present) ?


Probably already named but Steve Rehage concussed himself out of football due to his hard hits.





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