Former LSU running back Kevin Faulk and linebacker Bradie James were two of 77 players that made the 2022 College Football Hall Of Fame Ballot on Wednesday.

Voting for the Hall of Fame will run through June 25 with the final class being announced in early 2022.

Kevin Faulk, LSU-Running Back-1996 First Team All-American who finished career ranked fourth in NCAA history in all-purpose yards (6,833)…Three-time First Team All-SEC selection and 1995 SEC Freshman of the Year…Set 11 school records during career and became first LSU back to average 100 yards per game during entire career.

Bradie James, LSU-Linebacker-2002 First Team All-American and NFF National Scholar-Athlete…Three-time All-SEC performer (First Team honors in 2001 and 2002) helped the Tigers to a 2001 conference title…2000 Peach Bowl Defensive MVP ranks second all-time in LSU history with 418 career tackles.
Filed Under: LSU Football


Faulk is way overdue
Reply2 months
The best play I saw Bradie James make was in the Cotton Bowl against Texas. Their great wide receiver (Roy Williams?) caught a pass down the seam and had a step on James and BJ caught him from behind to save a TD. Williams was an NFL receiver for a while.
Reply2 months
Faulk is a Bama lock... I mean “a Lock!”
Reply2 months
Congrats to Kevin and Bradie and Geaux Tigers!
Reply2 months
Finished 4th in SEC All Purpose yards? I thought he FINISHED FIRST and likely now has been passed up by others in the offensive explosion era of college FB?
Reply2 months
Two of my favorite Tigers ever!
Reply2 months
Faulk should make it just for defending coach E. I wish he could have had more time with that fan
Reply2 months
Drank with BJ at The Tiger many moons ago. He was a solid dude.
Reply2 months
Popular Stories
logoFollow TigerDroppings for LSU Football News
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates on LSU Football and Recruiting.