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Pro Football Focus analyst Sam Monson unveiled identified the top 25 players across the NFL under 25 years old and included four former LSU players on his list.

Sitting at No. 1 was New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.
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1. Odell Beckham Jr., WR, New York Giants
Beckham is one of the game’s best wideouts, setting records in his first few seasons in the league and with the ability to make spectacular catches unrivaled in today’s NFL. Beckham was a second-team PFF All-Pro this season despite Eli Manning having the worst-graded season we have seen from him over the past decade and needing to do much of the hard work himself. Beckham gained 532 of his 1,367 yards after the catch, but forced a league-leading (among WRs) 29 missed tackles to do it.
Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu was the next highest ranked former LSU player at No. 4.

Carolina Panthers offensive guard Trai Turner was ranked No. 18 and Minnesota Viking defensive end Danielle Hunter was No. 23.
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But, but, but Saban is the great developer of NFL talent...I was sure Bama would have 10 out of 25.
Reply11 months
Ain't that the truth. He can't even win a national championship or develop a Heisman winner. The nerve.
11 months
Saints passed on Turner...cause we don't need linemen
Reply11 months
PP7 not on that list is BS
Reply11 months
Nevermind PP7 is 26 which to old for that poll
11 months
Jarvis Landry? Kwon Alexander? Deion Jones? My dog could make a better list.
Reply11 months
#4 > #1 does not compute
Reply11 months
No Jarvis, no care
Reply11 months
Far and away one of the most underrated young player in the League.
11 months
And all class. Carries himself well.
11 months
Hmmm.. No Jarvis Landry??
Reply11 months
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