LSU football is the No. 1 topic of discussion every day on SEC Country’s One Team, One Podcast. Host Carter ‘The Power” Bryant explains why LSU is not the best of the best in the pro ranks because it currently does not have a quarterback in the NFL. Also, Bryant is joined in the episode by SEC Country LSU beat writer Nick Suss to talk about the best possible rosters of college players in the pros, which Tigers made a bad decision to declare for this year’s NFL draft, the intriguing NFL future of Leonard Fournette, what makes LSU gymnastics special, what to look for from the LSU basketball team and more.
LSU needs a pro quarterback to be kings of the NFL
There are few schools that have the player-to-pro pedigree as LSU. The Tigers had more players on opening day NFL rosters than any college. DallasCowboys.com beat writer David Helman had an interesting Tweet about which Tigers would make up an all-LSU roster:
LT: A. Whitworth
LG: V. Alexander
C: E. Pocic
RG: Trai Turner
QB: Russ Shep 😂
DT: K. Williams
DT: B. Logan
CB: Pat Pete
DB: Tre White
S: President Mal https://t.co/B4FZZVPcuC
— David Helman (@HelmanDC) January 22, 2018
Bryant and Suss says the roster is elite, but would get beaten by the likes of Georgia and Alabama because of the lack of a quarterback in the professional ranks. In fact, LSU’s history of putting quarterbacks in the pros is bare.
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