LSU running back Leonard Fournette had one heck of a sophomore season in 2015. He led the Heisman race for most of the season and broke a myriad of LSU records.
He will enter the 2016 season as a favorite for the Heisman Trophy and with good reason too. He took to Instagram on Monday to show off his collection of footballs that commemorate the three school records he broke in 2015.
Fournette rushed for at least 100 yards in all but two of LSU’s games last season. There’s no questioning that he is going to be one of the most-watched players this upcoming season, especially since he is expected to leave school for the 2017 NFL Draft, where he would likely be a top-five pick.
He had a very impressive 2015 season and he should be able to catapult off that into success for the 2016 season. Now only if the state of Louisiana can get their tax situation settled so the Tigers can actually play football in September.
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