LSU junior kicker Cade York was named the Lou Groza Award Watch List on Wednesday.

The Lou Groza Award is presented annually to college football's top place-kicker by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission.

York, a junior from Mckinney, Texas, had 85.7 FG% last season with a long of 57-yards, which was the longest in LSU history.

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Spare everyone the anticipation and just give it to him now. This guy is a draftable NFL kicker.
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Considering this award gets given based on the previous year for the most part, he stands a very good chance to win.
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Best kicker in LSU history. He has the distance and the accuracy. If needed, he could trot out there to try from 65 yards.
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Deserved it last season
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And Tracy was robbed in 2018.
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McKinney’s own
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