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If this was a list consisting of the best seasons in LSU history, then Tyrann Mathieu might be No. 1 after his memorable 2011 campaign.
However, keep in mind that Mathieu is only a sophomore, so he still has at least one more year to work his way to the top of this list.
Despite only being a sophomore, Mathieu still appears here after being named a freshman All-American in 2010 and a Heisman Trophy Finalist this past season.
In just his 18th career game for the Tigers, Mathieu set an LSU record this season with his eighth forced fumble, which he then recovered and ran for a touchdown. But it was this kid's return skills that made him stand out above the rest.
The "Honey Badger," as they call him, had two of the most electric punt returns in college football in back-to-back games against Arkansas and Georgia, which secured the Tigers a spot in this year's BCS National Championship Game.
Like I said, there is still plenty of time for Mathieu to move his way up to the top of this prestigious list.
The sky is the limit for this flashy playmaker.