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Talented LSU sophomore running back Leonard Fournette was named a Doak Walker Award semifinalist on Wednesday. The award recognizes the nation's premier running back in the country.

Fournette has 1474 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns on the season.

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Here are all the semifinalist for the award:
Devontae Booker (Sr.), Utah
Alex Collins (Jr.), Arkansas
Dalvin Cook (So.), Florida State
Ezekiel Elliott (Jr.), Ohio State
Leonard Fournette (So.), LSU
Royce Freeman (So.), Oregon
Derrick Henry (Jr.), Alabama
Brian Hill (So.), Wyoming
Shock Linwood (Jr.), Baylor
Christian McCaffrey (So.), Stanford

The three award finalist will be announced on Wednesday, November 25 and the winner will be announced at the ESPN College Football Awards show on Thursday, December 10.
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lsuhunt555104 months
Lol, hell win this in a landslide yet somehow Henry will win the Heisman and not one media member will question it.
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Lsu101205104 months
Can't wait till he wins this but isnt "good enough" to win the Heisman.

He is clearly the best player in College football. But lets not bring logical thinking into the mix. The media can't handle that.
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schwartzy104 months
That's nice, but it's a slap in the face compared to the Heisman after all the hype this year.
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