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Look for Fournette to move up in our next set of rankings and here is why.....
That is freaking #1 player in the country impressive. Wow. I would say Adrian Peterson jr, but I already call AP Leonard Fournette Jr.
225 on fire. I'm a Southern Jag, LSU Tiger. I mean that.- Lyrical genus Mouse on Tha Track
GET AT ME
wow...big, strong...and looks SOOOOOOOO fast!
Sonny, do you know his 40 time? He looked like the fastest guy on the field in every game.
He's definitely gotten faster with age, which doesn't happen w/ all big young backs. Legit homerun threat at 220. Crazy size/speed combo
Deserving of all the hype, and cannot let him get OOS. You can see why LSU is willing to hold off on RBs til next year
Yep, explosive...LB all the way, just ask Bama. They know how to evaluate talent ;-)
Awesome. Go get him Frank.
It would be so huge to get early commitments from Fournette and Robinson for 2014.
That would definitely set a good tone. Just like when Hill and L. Collins came in early a few years ago. Everything else will fall into place.
He just runs with such fluidity for someone that size. He can cut directions so effortlessly.
As you said, deserving of the hype and could make a push for the No. 1 overall spot. He will definitely be the highest-rated RB in the Top247 since Oregon's DeAnthony Thomas in the 2011 class.
"I guess you've just gotta find something you love to do and then... do it for the rest of your life." - Max Fisher
Everything everyone said...and I love that he doesn't rely on his speed like so many other elite prospects. He doesn't just try to get the edge and run away from people. He hits the hole and takes people on. His vision is crazy and he is willing to turn North and South to get up the field. This kid is the real deal...good Lord.
"You can learn more character on the two-yard line than anywhere else in life." - Former LSU Coach and AD Paul Dietzel
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