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Edward Aschoff with selected Georgia's Nick Chubb and LSU's Leonard Fournette as his top offensive skill players at the running back position, in this "Best of the SEC" article:

Leonard Fournette, So., LSU

Fournette was supposed to make an immediate, Michael Jordan-like impact for the Tigers last season, but needed some time to feel out the college game. In a why-haven't-you-won-the-Heisman-Trophy-now college football society, Fournette was viewed by some as a bust, despite being fresh out of high school. Still, a late-season surge and his menacing physique put Fournette firmly in this position. After shedding some weight and increasing his speed this offseason, there's no doubt the sophomore-to-be will shoot past his 1,034 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns from last year. Fournette averaged 98 yards in his final five games and blossomed into a fine player who should really take off in 2015.
No Tigers were mentioned in the WR/TE/All-Purpose category, but LSU WR Travin Dural was mentioned in the "More to watch" section.
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Bust? He only rushed for more yards than any lsu freshman, EVER.
OH AND.....
Adrian Peterson Freshman YPC-5.7
Leonard Fournette Freshman YPC-5.5
Reply80 months
some of the rant mainly
Reply80 months
A Bust? WTF ever. Dude was the beast incarnate.
Reply80 months
Lol @ "was viewed to some as a bust."
Reply81 months
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