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Chris Low with ESPN.com put together a list of the top 10 SEC cornerbacks for 2014, and LSU's Tre'Davious White and Rashard Robinson were among the group.

Here is his complete Top 10:

1. Vernon Hargreaves III, So., Florida
2. Taveze Calhoun, RJr., Mississippi State
3. Tre'Davious White, So., LSU
4. Deshazor Everett, Sr., Texas A&M
5. Rashard Robinson, So., LSU
6. Cam Sutton, So., Tennessee
7. Jamerson Love, RSr., Mississippi State
8. Damian Swann, Sr., Georgia
9. Jonathon Mincy, RSr. Auburn
10. Tony Brown, Fr., Alabama
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3. Tre'Davious White, So., LSU: One of two true freshman cornerbacks for the Tigers last season, the 5-11, 177-pound White certainly didn't play like a freshman. He had 55 total tackles and led the team with nine passes defended. His best football is yet to come, and he has the skills, confidence and smarts to be the kind of shut-down corner we're used to seeing on the Bayou.
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5. Rashard Robinson, So., LSU: The hard part is figuring out which of LSU's two rising sophomores has the brightest future. The 6-1, 170-pound Robinson has more length than White, but didn't put up quite the numbers a year ago after getting off to a late start. He wasn't cleared academically until the week of the opener. He blossomed toward the end of the season and was terrific in helping to shut down Texas A&M receiver Mike Evans in the win over the Aggies.
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and yet the Mizzou secondary stonewalled the UK pass that decimated the mighty 'Sip State secondary.. so much for Chris Low knowing his azz from a hole in the ground.


Reply97 months
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ERMAGHERD Tony Brown hasn't played a snap yet!

If Fournette isn't listed as a top 10 back then list makers just hate lsu.
Reply102 months
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WOW, if Tony Brown is top ten then we might as well just put Tolliver at #9 right now. It's not like either of them have played a down of college ball anyway so who cares when they start?

Patrick Peterson's newborn baby should be #8.
Reply102 months
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Cam Sutton is solid.
Reply102 months
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with tolliver coming next year.. he will be on this list then
Reply102 months
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LSU = CBU
Reply102 months
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Man, that list is going to look completely different at the end of the year when we have the #2 and #3 CBs in the conference.
Reply102 months
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how are all these state players making top ten lists, but Chris Jones was the only one that was first team?
Reply102 months
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Tony Brown hasn't played a single snap of SEC football and he is top ten? No Bama bias there.
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