Leonard Fournette-

 RB LSU

6-1, 235, 

Top RB in Draft. 

By TOM

2016: Great RB. He got the dreaded high ankle sprain and just kept playing through it. He'd reinjured it and kept coming back for more. He was in on 3rds down this season and did a nice job in pass pro. He can take the play action, and then block the outside blitzer.

Alabama 2016: They will motion him outside sometimes to the sideline and line him up at the X. He can usually find a way to fall forward when everything else is going wrong. Amazing spin move, that he can somehow end with a hurdle over the Safety. He is so great at using his short area explosion to find a lane when there is nothing there.

Vanderbilt 2016: He just keeps getting yards. They like to line him up in the I, and let him see the entire defense. He runs with elite eyes. He can see those little cracks opening before he can fit through them, and cuts off blocks with explosion for extra yards every time. He can carry big DTs on his back for three or four yards. Nice job sticking his shoulder into the OLB in pass pro. He will get low and power into the blitzer with his shoulder pads, like he is lowering his shoulder for extra yards. He can hit the blitzing safety on the edge and take him out of the rush. 

Fournette is the real deal. "Leonard was outstanding player last year," Saban said. "I think maturity, confidence, probably knowledge and experience. The guy's a fantastic running back. He's fast, he's strong, he's very instinctive as a runner, makes a lot of people miss and he's got enough power to break tackles when he needs to. His yards after first contact are phenomenal. We've always known he was a good receiver, and they've used a little bit more of that this year, and he's been very effective at it." He also showed his toughness by playing injured all season.

He can struggle with his weight a little. "[He] was 235 to 233 or so during spring," Les Miles said. "We want him right around 225 [pounds] so his strength and speed are maximized. He's an elite guy and he wants to be an elite body as he goes into fall. Certainly this summer will provide him with that opportunity." When he was completely healthy in 2015, we literally had never seen an RB like him before.

2015: Consensus First Team All-American in what was a phenomenal sophomore campaign … Led the SEC and nation in rushing with 162.8 yards a contest … Finished season with 1,953 yards and 22 touchdowns – both LSU single-season records … Averaged a staggering 6.5 yards a carry … Tied the school record with 10 games of at least 100 rushing yards and set LSU mark with four 200-yard games … Added 19 receptions for 253 yards and a TD … Capped season with a NCAA bowl record-tying five touchdowns (4 rushing, 1 receiving) to go along with 212 rushing yards in LSU's 56-27 win over Texas Tech in the Texas Bowl … Broke LSU single-season rushing record when he ran for 159 yards against Texas A&M, surpassing Charles Alexander's 1,686 yards in 1977 ... Became the fastest player in LSU history to reach 1,000 rushing yards in a season as he did it in five games ... Became only the 10th player in FBS history to reach 1,000 rushing yards in the fifth game of a season ... On his 87-yard TD run vs. South Carolina, Fournette not only crossed the 1,000 yard mark for the season, but he also surpassed 2,000 career rushing yards ... Is the fastest player in LSU history to reach the 2,000 rushing yard milestone, accomplishing the feat in only 303 carries and 18 career games,

He has never gotten into trouble, and has top character coming into the NFL. "He's a great teammate, unselfish," ex-HC Miles said. "He wants for the team. He has great leadership. I think he's going to have a great year. He's poised to be better than he was last year." And he just kept running like he was trying to catch that Tiger by its' toe.

2015: Fournette's 834 rushing yards were the most by an LSU player through four games in school history and the most by any FBS player through four games since at least 2000 ... He is the first player in SEC history to rush for 200-plus yards in three consecutive games doing so in wins over Auburn (244 yards, 3 TDs), Syracuse (244 yards, 2 TDs), and Eastern Michigan (233 yards, 3 TDs) … Rushed for 150-plus yards in seven straight games in 2015, becoming the first FBS player to do so since UCF's Kevin Smith in 2007 ... His streak of 11 straight games with at least one rushing touchdown is a school record ... Fournette's 12 rushing touchdowns were the most through the first five games of a season by any player in LSU history (as were his 11 TDs thru 4 games) ... Fournette's 631 rushing yards were the most by an LSU player through three games in school history and the most by any FBS player through three games since at least 2000.

He has great size and strength, and underrated speed. "The main thing is to win a national championship," Fournette said. "I would love to bring the [Heisman Trophy] back home to Louisiana, because that's where I'm from." It seemed every single week in 2015, when he was completely healthy, he broke records and did things we never saw before.

2015: Is the first player in LSU history to record eight rushing TDs in the first three games of the season and only the second to reach at least eight TDs thru three games (Dalton Hilliard had 4 rush, 4 rec. TDs in 1982) ... He is the first LSU player to rush for 200-plus yards in back-to-back games ... Became the fastest player in LSU history to reach the 500-yard and 600-yard rushing mark, doing it in three games ... Became the third LSU player to rush for at least 100 yards in the first three games of a season, joining Charles Alexander (1977, 1978) and Charles Scott (2008) ... Became the first LSU player with at least 100 rushing yards in the first five games of a season ... LSU is 13-2 when Fournette rushes for 100-plus yards ... With three 200-yard rushing games, Fournette joins Kevin Faulk (4) and Charles Alexander (2) as the only Tigers with multiple 200-yard rushing performances ... Owns three of the Top 10 spots on LSU's single-game rushing yards record list ... His 387 rushing yards was the most by an LSU player thru 2 games.

I think because of the dreaded high ankle sprain this season that people seem to forget that he was the best we ever saw in 2015. "Everybody was happy, especially when we won the [Texas A&M] game, We were on top of the world, 7-0 and playing in the SEC," Fournette said last year. "We have to get that back. We forgot the why. Why we had worked so hard to get to that point." He has elite long speed, and he never gets caught from behind flying 50-yards downfield. 

Athletically he is one of those guys who always looks like he can do anything he wants on the field, whenever he wants. "It's a tough task bringing him down, as you can tell from watching him on TV," Tre'Davious White said. With the troubles teams are having at QB in the NFL, the old school philosophy is create a run game. But teams seem to want to spread things out and make things more complicated when their struggling QBs. But the teams that win in the Playoffs develop run games that take pressure off the QB, and makes things less complicated for them.

Fournette, Cook, and McCaffrey, instantly make life less complicated for for the QB of the team that drafts them "His desire to have speed, strength and the combination of the two is the advantage for the elite back, and he’s right there where he needs to be," Miles said. "I think he's just getting started. He has speed, but I think you'll find that he'll continue to develop." He makes the defense take the focus off the QB, and put some, if not all, on him. 

An AFC scouting director said that "he's a bad dude." Both Fournette and Cook are rare talents who are better prospects that Gurley was when he came out a couple years ago. "Big, fast, nimble, runs with aggression," the scouting director said. "You watch a Peterson, and see Gurley and talk about how rare they are. And two years later here comes another one, and Cook is extremely dynamic. Those two are really good. It’s a [Ricky] Williams/[Edgerrin] James type of year, and the other kids are good too. You’re seeing a rebirth of the position." In 2015 only two team held Fournette to under 100-yards, and they did that by changing their defenses by dedicating defenders on every play.

2016 OUTLOOK: Widely considered one of the top players in college football for the second straight year heading into 2016 … In just two years at LSU, has already climbed to fourth-leading rusher in school history with 2,987 yards … Has played in 25 games with 18 starts … In 25 games, has rushed for at least 100 yards 15 times and has gone over the 200-yard mark four times … Tied for fourth in school history with 32 rushing TDs … Was the fastest player to 2,000 yards in school history and will become the fastest player in LSU history to 3,000 yards when he reaches that mark … Only player in LSU history to rush for 1,000 yards in each of his first two seasons … Became first player in the SEC to lead the nation in rushing since 1949 with an average of 162.8 yards per game in 2015 … Possesses great instincts, superior vision, breakaway speed, can turn on a dime, and is one of the toughest and strongest players on the team … Proven to be a workhorse out of the backfield by averaging 19.5 carries a contest … Versatile enough to also catch the ball out of the backfield, help in pass protection when needed, and has shown game-breaking ability in the kickoff return game.

He instantly helps any QB on the team that Drafts him, because defenses have to use extra guys to watch him. "You have to get more guys to him, which involves getting off blocks and having the talent to limit the space that he's in," an anonymous coach said. "Everybody else is praying they can hold the guy under 200 yards, and to them it was like, 'How many tackles for loss are we going to get?'" Alabama held him in check because they dedicated two defenders on every play to "touch" him at the LOS on every play.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2015): Rushed for 233 yards and 3 TDs on 26 carries vs. Eastern Michigan with TD runs of 3, 75 and 11 yards ... Shattered his career high for the second straight week with 244 rushing yards and 2 TDs at Syracuse ... His 244 rushing yards at Syracuse were the most rushing yards by an LSU player on the road and the third-most in a game of all time ... Rushed for a career-high 228 yards and tied a career-best with 3 rushing TDs on 19 carries in LSU's 45-21 win over No. 18 Auburn … Opened game with a 71-yard run that set the tone for a contest that saw LSU rush for 411 yards, its second-highest total in a conference game … Scored on runs of 40, 29 and 1 yards in helping LSU build a 38-7 lead late in third quarter … All of his rushing yards came in three quarters of action as he was just 23 yards shy of breaking the school record despite sitting out the fourth quarter … Averaged 12.0 yards per carry, a school-record for a back with at least 15 attempts in a game … Set then-career highs with 28 carries, 159 rushing yards and 3 rushing TDs in the opener at Mississippi State ... Averaged 5.7 yards a carry vs. MSU … His 28 carries were the most by a LSU player in a season-opener since 1985 when Dalton Hilliard had 31 carries for 148 yards in win over North Carolina … 99 of his 159 yards came in second half … Scored on runs of 1, 26 and 18 yards to account of all of LSU's offensive points … Led SEC and ranked among the top five in the nation in all-purpose yards (183.8 yards per game) and tied for first in the league in scoring with 11.5 points a contest … Recipient of the 2015 SEC Sportsmanship Award for his actions in support of the people of South Carolina after unprecedented flooding in that state.

Fournette Vs Ole Miss:

Good news for whoever drafts Fournette, the new LSU coach is going to use all three RBs, including the super dynamic Guice, and take a ton of carries off Fournette's knees and bad ankle the rest of the year. He is such a great power back, but what makes him special is that when he gets a lane, he is never tackled from behind. He has elite speed in the open field. He had a 59-yard TD run against Miss in the 1st, which was all speed and elite burst. He creased through the line at full sprint, and never slowed. He ran outside, and outran ran two DBs from the second to third level, got the corner at the 30, and never looked back. Elite long speed. Elite burst through the line.

He lined up at FB a few times against Miss, with Guice behind him. He can sneak out of the backfield, when lined up as the Weak formation FB, and catch the ball out of the backfield. Then when he turns up field in the flat, he is some serious trouble. He can get 30-yards down field fast, and then injure the safety just by running over him. He runs behind his eyes as well as Marshall Faulk. He has the size speed ratio of Eric Dickerson. He doesn't glide like Dickerson, he is more of a truck chuggin' down the highway like a shakin' and quakin' runaway train.

He ran a Dive from the shadows of the endzone. Everyone knew it was coming, but he found the hole with his eyes, and he burst straight up the middle at full speed for 25-yards. He also had a 78-yard TD run in the 3rd. That’s a 59, 76, and then 78 yard TD runs in a single game. He didn't have a free run on the last one. He used his elite strength to straight arm the Safety to the ground, and ran the final 60-yards untouched. He's the best I've seen since Earl. Then he lined up at FB again, and caught the ball curling out to the flat

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Fournette Vs Ole Miss:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YfGlpi5Ro7w

Fournette Vs Wisconsin:

People said he was too one dimensional. But after two timeouts by Wisconsin, he caught a 32-yard catch. And that was in the air. He caught a bomb running down the sideline. Ran for a 1st down, and got hit in the shin so hard that he was flipped over completely, and he had to come out of the game. Great vision. He doesn't get enough credit for running behind his eyes. He has that special gift to see openings before it happens. Great cutback runner.

Catching the ball out of the backfield more this season. Runs with elite power. He can straight arm a Safety to the ground with some force, like he did against Miss. Terrific runner on screens. He can get his pads a foot off the ground and still run. Great burst outside. Nice tricky feet on the edge. Great job following his blockers. He slows behind his blockers so well to let them do their job. Then he can weave behind the blocks and gets outside so fast. 

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Fournette's Official Bio:

2015 Consensus First-Team All-America (AP, FWAA, Walter Camp)
2015 SEC Men's Sportsmanship Award Recipient
2015 All-SEC First Team (Coaches, AP)
2015 Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week (vs. Auburn)
2015 FWAA National Offensive Player of the Week (vs. Auburn)
2015 Maxwell Award National Player of the Week (vs. Auburn)
2015 SEC Offensive Player of the Week (at Mississippi State, vs. Auburn, at Syracuse)
2015 Doak Walker Finalist
2014 All-SEC Freshman Team
2014 SEC Freshman of the Week (at Florida, vs. Ole Miss, at Texas A&M)
2014 Athlon Sports National Freshman of the Week (vs. Ole Miss)
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2015) 
Consensus First Team All-American in what was a phenomenal sophomore campaign … Led the SEC and nation in rushing with 162.8 yards a contest … Finished season with 1,953 yards and 22 touchdowns – both LSU single-season records … Averaged a staggering 6.5 yards a carry … Tied the school record with 10 games of at least 100 rushing yards and set LSU mark with four 200-yard games … Added 19 receptions for 253 yards and a TD … Capped season with a NCAA bowl record-tying five touchdowns (4 rushing, 1 receiving) to go along with 212 rushing yards in LSU's 56-27 win over Texas Tech in the Texas Bowl … Broke LSU single-season rushing record when he ran for 159 yards against Texas A&M, surpassing Charles Alexander's 1,686 yards in 1977 ... Became the fastest player in LSU history to reach 1,000 rushing yards in a season as he did it in five games ... Became only the 10th player in FBS history to reach 1,000 rushing yards in the fifth game of a season ... On his 87-yard TD run vs. South Carolina, Fournette not only crossed the 1,000 yard mark for the season, but he also surpassed 2,000 career rushing yards ... Is the fastest player in LSU history to reach the 2,000 rushing yard milestone, accomplishing the feat in only 303 carries and 18 career games ... Fournette's 834 rushing yards were the most by an LSU player through four games in school history and the most by any FBS player through four games since at least 2000 ... He is the first player in SEC history to rush for 200-plus yards in three consecutive games doing so in wins over Auburn (244 yards, 3 TDs), Syracuse (244 yards, 2 TDs), and Eastern Michigan (233 yards, 3 TDs) … Rushed for 150-plus yards in seven straight games in 2015, becoming the first FBS player to do so since UCF's Kevin Smith in 2007 ... His streak of 11 straight games with at least one rushing touchdown is a school record ... Fournette's 12 rushing touchdowns were the most through the first five games of a season by any player in LSU history (as were his 11 TDs thru 4 games) ... Fournette's 631 rushing yards were the most by an LSU player through three games in school history and the most by any FBS player through three games since at least 2000 ... Is the first player in LSU history to record eight rushing TDs in the first three games of the season and only the second to reach at least eight TDs thru three games (Dalton Hilliard had 4 rush, 4 rec. TDs in 1982) ... He is the first LSU player to rush for 200-plus yards in back-to-back games ... Became the fastest player in LSU history to reach the 500-yard and 600-yard rushing mark, doing it in three games ... Became the third LSU player to rush for at least 100 yards in the first three games of a season, joining Charles Alexander (1977, 1978) and Charles Scott (2008) ... Became the first LSU player with at least 100 rushing yards in the first five games of a season ... LSU is 13-2 when Fournette rushes for 100-plus yards ... With three 200-yard rushing games, Fournette joins Kevin Faulk (4) and Charles Alexander (2) as the only Tigers with multiple 200-yard rushing performances ... Owns three of the Top 10 spots on LSU's single-game rushing yards record list ... His 387 rushing yards was the most by an LSU player thru 2 games … Rushed for 233 yards and 3 TDs on 26 carries vs. Eastern Michigan with TD runs of 3, 75 and 11 yards ... Shattered his career high for the second straight week with 244 rushing yards and 2 TDs at Syracuse ... His 244 rushing yards at Syracuse were the most rushing yards by an LSU player on the road and the third-most in a game of all time ... Rushed for a career-high 228 yards and tied a career-best with 3 rushing TDs on 19 carries in LSU's 45-21 win over No. 18 Auburn … Opened game with a 71-yard run that set the tone for a contest that saw LSU rush for 411 yards, its second-highest total in a conference game … Scored on runs of 40, 29 and 1 yards in helping LSU build a 38-7 lead late in third quarter … All of his rushing yards came in three quarters of action as he was just 23 yards shy of breaking the school record despite sitting out the fourth quarter … Averaged 12.0 yards per carry, a school-record for a back with at least 15 attempts in a game … Set then-career highs with 28 carries, 159 rushing yards and 3 rushing TDs in the opener at Mississippi State ... Averaged 5.7 yards a carry vs. MSU … His 28 carries were the most by a LSU player in a season-opener since 1985 when Dalton Hilliard had 31 carries for 148 yards in win over North Carolina … 99 of his 159 yards came in second half … Scored on runs of 1, 26 and 18 yards to account of all of LSU's offensive points … Led SEC and ranked among the top five in the nation in all-purpose yards (183.8 yards per game) and tied for first in the league in scoring with 11.5 points a contest … Recipient of the 2015 SEC Sportsmanship Award for his actions in support of the people of South Carolina after unprecedented flooding in that state.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2014)
Lived up to expectations as one of the most highly-touted signees in LSU history by setting a school freshman rushing record with 1,034 yards … Played in all 13 games with six starts … Ranked sixth in the SEC in rushing with 79.5 yards per game and was fourth in kickoff returns with a 26.0 average … Led the league in all-purpose yards with 137.4 yards per game … Had five 100-yard rushing games which included a career-best 146 yards and 1 TD in win over Texas A&M on Thanksgiving Night … In the six games he started, rushed for 100 yards or more four times and he averaged 98.5 yards and one TD in each of those games … Scored at least one rushing TD in seven games … Caught seven passes for 127 yards, including 40-yarder in win over Ole Miss … Dazzled college football fans with a series of head-shaking moves in 2014, which included bowling over a Texas A&M defender on his way to a 22-yard TD; leaping over a wall of Florida defenders from the 4-yard line to score a TD; a 360-degree spin move that left a would-be Florida tackler tackling air; or the shoulder-lowering boom that drove a Gator defender five yards deep into the endzone … Took over as the starting running back for the Tigers against Florida and responded with 140 yards and a pair of TDs on 27 carries in the 30-27 win over the Gators … The 140 rushing yards were the most by a LSU true freshman running back since Justin Vincent racked up 201 rushing yards on 18 carries versus Georgia at the 2003 SEC Championship Game ... Added 85 yards on kickoff returns against Florida to finish with 225 all-purpose yards … Followed that with 40 yards and a TD in win over Kentucky … Rushed for 113 yards on 23 attempts in LSU's 10-7 win over No. 3-ranked Ole Miss in Tiger Stadium ... Followed that with 79 yards on 21 carries in overtime loss to Alabama … Played sparingly in road loss at Arkansas with just nine yards on five carries … Closed out season with a flurry, rushing for 146 yards and a TD in win over Texas A&M and followed that with 143 yards and a pair of scores, including an 89-yard TD run against Notre Dame in the Music City Bowl ... Scored on a 22-yard run against Texas A&M where he ran over an Aggie defender, a play that was rated as a SportsCenter Top 10 play …Added a 100-yard kickoff return for a TD against Notre Dame as he finished with a career-best 264 all-purpose yards … Earned a spot on the ESPN.com All-Bowl Team as an all-purpose player for his performance against Notre Dame … Had first 100-yard game of career against New Mexico State with 122 yards and a pair of TDs in the LSU win … Open season with 18 rushing yards on eight carries in comeback win over 14th-ranked Wisconsin in Houston … Followed that with 92 yards and a TD in Tiger Stadium debut against Sam Houston State … Added 52 yards on the ground and a TD a week later in win over Louisiana-Monroe … One of 17 true freshmen to see action for LSU in 2014.

HIGH SCHOOL 
A four-year starting running back at St. Augustine who is touted as one of the most highly recruited players ever to come out of Louisiana … Possesses an amazing blend of size, strength and speed … Regarded as the No. 1 player in the nation, regardless of position, by the 247Sports composite rankings … Named the USA Today National Offensive Player of the Year and a member of the All-USA First Team … Is the fifth USA Today Offensive Player of the Year from Louisiana, joining Josh Booty, Travis Minor, Brock Berlin and Ryan Perrilloux … Selected to the prestigious Parade All-America First Team … Awarded the 2013 and 2014 Louisiana Gatorade Player of the Year awards, the first player in Louisiana history to win it twice … Finished his high school career with 7,619 rushing yards and 88 rushing touchdowns … Ran for 1,792 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior and added 45 receptions for 745 yards and six scores … Produced 2,135 rushing yards and 31 TDs as a junior … Led his team to a 9-2 record and an appearance in the Division I semifinal game as a senior … A unanimous five-star prospect by every recruiting site … Listed as the No. 1 overall prospect in the nation by ESPN.com and Scout.com … Ranked the No. 2 overall player by 247Sports.com and No. 4 by Rivals.com … Unanimous No. 1 running back nationally by all recruiting sites … Participant in the Under Armour All-American game where he caught a 36-yard touchdown pass and rushed for 43 yards on nine carries … Named 2013 Mr. Football by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association … Named the LFCA Class 5A Offensive Most Valuable Player as a senior … Four-time All-District selection … LFCA Class 4A First-Team All-State honoree as a junior … Member of the Baton Rouge Advocate Super Dozen … Listed as a MaxPreps First-Team All-American … Coached by Cyril Crutchfield.

PERSONAL
Parents are Leonard and Lory Fournette … Born Jan. 18, 1995 in New Orleans … Majoring in interdisciplinary studies … Brother Lanard is a member of the LSU football team.

FOURNETTE'S CAREER RUSHING HIGHS
Attempts: 32 vs. Texas A&M, 2015
Yards: 244 at Syracuse, 2015
Touchdowns: 3, 3x (Last: vs. Eastern Michigan, 2015; First: at Mississippi State, 2015)
Long: 89 vs. Notre Dame, 2014

FOURNETTE'S CAREER RECEIVING HIGHS
Receptions: 4, 2x (Last: vs. Texas A&M, 2015; First: at Ole Miss, 2015)
Yards: 72 at Ole Miss, 2015
Long: 46 at Ole Miss, 2015
Touchdowns: 1 vs. Texas Tech

FOURNETTE'S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS

YEAR
G-GS
ATT.
YDS.
TD
LG
2014 13-6 187 1,034 10 89 (TD)
2015 12-12 300 1,953 22 87 (TD)
Totals
25-18
489
2,987
32
89 (TD)

FOURNETTE'S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS

YEAR
G-GS
REC.
YDS.
TD
LG
2014 13-6 7 127 0 40
2015 12-12 19 253 1 46
Totals
25-18
26
380
1
46

FOURNETTE'S CAREER KICKOFF RETURN STATISTICS

YEAR
RETURNS
YDS.
TD
LG
2014 24 625 1 100 (TD)
2015 0 - - -
Totals
24
625
1
100 (TD)

LSU Top 20 Career Rushing Yards (through 2015 Season)

RANK NAME YEARS YARDS*
1. Kevin Faulk 1995-98 4,557
2. Dalton Hilliard 1982-85 4,050
3. Charles Alexander 1975-78 4,035
4 Leonard Fournette 2014-present 2,987
5. Harvey Williams 1986-90 2,860
6. Joseph Addai 2001-05 2,576
7. Terry Robiskie 1973-76 2,517
8. Charles Scott 2006-09 2,317
9. Rondell Mealey 1996-99 2,238
10. Garry James 1982-85 2,217
11. Brad Davis 1972-74 2,163
12. Jeremy Hill 2012-13 2,156
13. LaBrandon Toefield 2000-02 2,149
14. Domanick Davis 1999-02 2,056
15. Justin Vincent 2003-06 2,021
16. Billy Cannon 1957-59 1,867
17. Eddie Fuller 1986-89 1,816
18. Jacob Hester 2004-07 1,780
19. Keiland Williams 2006-09 1,699
20. Art Cantrelle 1969-71 1,644
* Prior to 2002, the NCAA did not count bowl stats in team/individual records.

RANK NAME YEARS YARDS*
1. Kevin Faulk 1995-98 4,557
2. Dalton Hilliard 1982-85 4,050
3. Charles Alexander 1975-78 4,035
4 Leonard Fournette 2014-present 2,987
5. Harvey Williams 1986-90 2,860
6. Joseph Addai 2001-05 2,576
7. Terry Robiskie 1973-76 2,517
8. Charles Scott 2006-09 2,317
9. Rondell Mealey 1996-99 2,238
10. Garry James 1982-85 2,217
11. Brad Davis 1972-74 2,163
12. Jeremy Hill 2012-13 2,156
13. LaBrandon Toefield 2000-02 2,149
14. Domanick Davis 1999-02 2,056
15. Justin Vincent 2003-06 2,021
16. Billy Cannon 1957-59 1,867
17. Eddie Fuller 1986-89 1,816
18. Jacob Hester 2004-07 1,780
19. Keiland Williams 2006-09 1,699
20. Art Cantrelle 1969-71 1,644
* Prior to 2002, the NCAA did not count bowl stats in team/individual records.
Leonard Fournette: LSU and SEC Records Broken in 2015

LSU Single-Season Records
Rushing yards in a season (1,953)
Previous: 1,686 by Charles Alexander in 1977

Rushing yards per game (162.8)
Previous: 153.3 by Charles Alexander in 1977

Rushing TDs in a season (22)
Previous: 19 by LaBrandon Toefield in 2001

Overall TDs in a season (23 – 22 rushing, 1 receiving)
Previous: 19 (all rushing) by LaBrandon Toefield in 2001

200-yard rushing games in a season (4)
Previous: 2 by Charles Alexander in 1977

100-yard rushing games in a season (10) 
Tied with Charles Alexander in 1977

Consecutive 200-yard rushing games (3)
Previous: None

Consecutive 150-yard rushing games in a season (7)

LSU Single-Game Records

Overall TDs in a game (5) vs. Texas Tech (2015 Texas Bowl)
Tied with Kevin Faulk vs. Kentucky, 1997; Carlos Carson vs. Rice, 1977

LSU Bowl Records
Rushing TDs (4) vs. Texas Tech (2015 Texas Bowl)
Tied with Domanick Davis vs. Illinois (2002 Sugar Bowl)

Overall TDs (5) vs. Texas Tech (2015 Texas Bowl)
Previous: 4 by Domanick Davis vs. Illinois (2002 Sugar Bowl)
Also tied NCAA bowl record for overall TDs

Total points (30)
Previous: 24 by Domanick Davis vs. Illinois (2002 Sugar Bowl)

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