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ESPN senior College Football writer Mark Schlabach released his predictions for how the 2016 All-American team will look like after the season and included two juniors from LSU: running back Leonard Fournette and safety Jamal Adams.

RB Leonard Fournette, Jr., LSU
Despite only 18 starts, Fournette has 2,987 rushing yards, 15 100-yard games and 32 touchdowns.

S Jamal Adams, Jr., LSU
At 6-1, 211, and with 60 tackles and four INTs in 2015, Adams is bigger and maybe better than Tyrann Mathieu.
Here are his complete team predictions:

Quarterback: Deshaun Watson, Clemson
Running Back: Leonard Fournette, LSU; Dalvin Cook, Florida State
Wide Receiver: JuJu Smith-Schuster, USC; Calvin Ridley, Alabama
Tight End: Jake Butt, Michigan
Center: Kyle Fuller, Baylor
Tackle: Zach Banner, USC; Roderick Johnson, Florida State
Guard: Pat Elflein, Ohio State; Dan Feeney, Indiana

End: Myles Garrett, Texas A&M; Jonathan Allen, Alabama
Tackle: Malik McDowell, Michigan State
Linebacker: Jabrill Peppers, Michigan; Ben Boulware, Clemson; Raekwon McMillan, Ohio State; Reuben Foster, Alabama
Cornerback: Desmond King, Iowa; Jourdan Lewis, Michigan
Safety: Derwin James, Florida State; Jamal Adams, LSU

Special Teams:
Kicker: Andy Phillips, Utah
Punter: Hayden Hunt, Colorado State
Kick Return: Adoree’ Jackson, USC
Al-Purpose: Christian McCaffrey, Stanford
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